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Ye farmers all with one accord (First Line)
Ye fertile plains and streams around (First Line)
Ye firm friends of freedom attend to my song (First Line)
Ye folks of auld Scotia cheer up and be gay (First Line)
Ye free-born lads that roves along (First Line)
Ye free-born sons of Westminster (First Line)
Ye freeholders all attend to my catch (First Line)
Ye freeholders most dear (First Line)
Ye freeholders of Durham I hope youll agree (First Line)
Ye freeholding rabble attend to my song (First Line)
Ye freemen all I pray draw near (First Line)
Ye freemen of Coventry list to my song (First Line)
Ye freemen of Coventry prove not absurd (First Line)
Ye freemen of Yarmouth Ive a word or two to say (First Line)
Ye freemen so brave come attend to my verse (First Line)
Ye freemen who never with slaves were connected (First Line)
Ye Frenchmen dont talk of your fighting (First Line)
Ye friends of compassion and friends of the brave (First Line)
Ye friends of Reform now I beg your attention (First Line)
Ye friends to your country if worthy that name (First Line)
Ye frolick-some sparks of game ye being both wretched and old (First Line)
Ye frolicksome sparks of the game (First Line)
Ye frolicksome sparks of the game ye misers both wretched and old (First Line)
Ye frolicsome sparks of the game ye misers both wretched and old (First Line)
Ye gallant sons of freedom attend while I disclose (First Line)



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