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Ye Newcastle freemen attend to my song (First Line)
Ye noble heroes of free trade come listen here a while (First Line)
Ye nymphs and gods that love green fields and woods (First Line)
Ye nymphs and silvian-gods (First Line)
Ye nymphs and swains (First Line)
Ye nymphs and sylvian gods (First Line)
Ye nymphs and ye shepherds that join in the throng (First Line)
Ye nymphs and ye swains that trip over the plains (First Line)
Yeo and Holroyd for ever a new song (Title)
Ye oppressd worthy freemen attend to my lay (First Line)
Yeo Yeo (Title)
Yeo yeo sir (Title)
Ye parent [sic] rich and poor in evry station (First Line)
Ye parents rich and poor in evry station (First Line)
Ye parents that have children in this place (First Line)
Ye parents who have labourd long (First Line)
Ye parsons and lawyers attend (First Line)
Ye Patersons of Erins isle come due attention pay (First Line)
Ye patriots of Britain who liberty prize (First Line)
Ye patriots who twenty long years (First Line)
Ye Pattersons of Erins isle come due attention pay (First Line)
Ye peers ye citts and beaux (First Line)
Ye people all both old and yonng [sic] I pray you lend an ear (First Line)
Ye people all both old and young I pray you lend an ear (First Line)
Ye people at home (First Line)

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