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Ye people of Glasgow I pray lend an ear (First Line)
Ye people of Scotland I pray give attention (First Line)
Ye pitmen who dwell near the Wear and the Tyne (First Line)
Ye pretty maidens lend an ear (First Line)
Ye pretty maids dont be afraid (First Line)
Ye pretty young maidens and batchelors sweet (First Line)
Ye priests of Knox as sly as fox (First Line)
Ye props to corruption who jointly combine (First Line)
Ye Protestant boys that your eyes may be opened (First Line)
Ye protestant heroes of honour and glory (First Line)
Ye Protestants of Ireland (First Line)
Ye Protestant villains and heretic crew (First Line)
Ye Purples come mourn for your moneys all gone (First Line)
Ye Radicals let fall your tears (First Line)
Ye railers and snarlers who envy the fair (First Line)
Ye rambling boys [of] pleasure (First Line)
Ye rambling boys of pleasure (First Line)
Ye ramblings [sic] boys of pleasure (First Line)
Ye ranting lads and sporting blades (First Line)
Ye ranting lands and sporting blades (First Line)
Yere a sad pack of frights and my lady told me (First Line)
Ye Roman catholics of Erins isle (First Line)
Ye Roman Catholics of Erins nation (First Line)
Ye sages of London of states high and low (First Line)
Ye sailors bold (Title)

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