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Youve none of you heard I suppose (First Line)
Youve often heard it said ob late (First Line)
You very merry gentle people only list a minute (First Line)
Youve surely heard o famous Neil (First Line)
You virgins all I pray draw near (First Line)
You virgins come pity a maiden so fair (First Line)
You virgins fair of beauty bright (First Line)
You virgins fair pray give attention (First Line)
You virgins so pretty (First Line)
You Wandsworth people understand (First Line)
You warriors draw near and you sportsmen too (First Line)
You weavers of England I pray now attend (First Line)
You Westminster heros come listen awhile (First Line)
you whigs and tories list to me (First Line)
You whigs and tories list to to [sic] me (First Line)
You who love a tale of glory (First Line)
You who would be informd of forraine newes (First Line)
You wicked unbelievers (First Line)
You will all have heard of \"rhino\" (First Line)
You will come no more gentle Annie (First Line)
You will shortly be called Brother Freemen to action (First Line)
You will surely remember (First Line)
You wives maids and widows (First Line)
You wives maids and widows I pray give attention (First Line)
You women in city and country I pray (First Line)

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