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Yell a hae heard tell o Rab Rorysons bannet (First Line)
Yell a hae heard that Straven Jock (First Line)
Yell a hear tell o Rab Rorisons bannet (First Line)
Yell a hear tell o Rab Rorisons bonnet (First Line)
Yell find Ive seen my granny (Title)
Yellow Jacks defeat on St Johns-bridge 26 of May 1796 (Title)
Ye London maids attend to me (First Line)
Ye lords and ladies of this isle (First Line)
Ye lords and ye commons give ear to my ditty (First Line)
Ye lords and ye Commons give ear to my ditty (First Line)
Ye lords of the creation (First Line)
Ye lovers all both great and small thats of a good intention (First Line)
Ye lovers all I pray attend unto this dismal tale (First Line)
Ye lovers in city in country or town (First Line)
Ye lovers of high and low station and gentlemen of renown (First Line)
Ye lovers of mirth I pray give attention (First Line)
Ye loves all both far and near (First Line)
Yelverton marriage case The lady beat the soldier (Title)
Ye maidens fair awhile draw near (First Line)
Ye maidens pretty in town and city (First Line)
Ye maidens pretty in town or city (First Line)
Ye maidens so pretty give ear to my song (First Line)
Ye maidens wives and widows also give attention (First Line)
Ye maidens wives and widows too give attention (First Line)
Ye maids of Albions isle arouse (First Line)

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