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You women that to pop shops run come listen awhile (First Line)
You women that to pop shops run come listen here awhile (First Line)
You working men are discontented (First Line)
You working-men of England (First Line)
You working men of England one moment now attend (First Line)
You would not leave your Norah (First Line)
You would not leave your Norah (Title)
You young lads and lasses attend for a while (First Line)
You young lads and lasses draw near for awhile (First Line)
You young lads draw near for awhile (First Line)
You young maids all where ere you be (First Line)
You young maids that would live chary (First Line)
You young men all atention [sic] pay & fair maids lend an ear (First Line)
You young men all attention pay and fair maids lend an ear (First Line)
You young men all boh [sic] greot [sic] and small wherever you may be (First Line)
You young men all both far and near (First Line)
you young men all both great and small wherever you may be (First Line)
You young men all pray give an ear (First Line)
You young men all to you I call (First Line)
You young men and damsels that to love belong (First Line)
You young men and lasses Id have ye take care (First Line)
you young men and maidens draw near for awhile (First Line)
You young men and maidens draw near for awhile (First Line)
You young men and maidens draw near for a while (First Line)
You young men and maidens of beauty most bright (First Line)



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