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Ye gluttons due observance pay to this holy days [sic] sirs (First Line)
Ye gods above protect the widow (First Line)
Ye gods of love who rule above (First Line)
Ye gods ye nymphs ye sages (First Line)
Ye good-fellows all (First Line)
Ye good folks of Norwich attend to my ditty (First Line)
Ye good men of Farringdon come listen to the story (First Line)
Ye grand old tottering church of time (First Line)
ye guardians of britain ye sons of the waves (First Line)
Ye hapless ones who say \"Loves but a dream\" (First Line)
Ye hearts of oak that wish to try (First Line)
Ye heroes of that glorious field (First Line)
Ye heroes of the day who are lively brave and gay (First Line)
Ye heroes of the upper form (First Line)
Ye hiddies scamps and flashmen (First Line)
Ye Independent freemen all (First Line)
Ye keelmen of Tyneside give ear to my song (First Line)
Ye kind hearted mortals my father behold (First Line)
Ye king James and ye tinker (Title)
Ye kings and princes all draw nigh (First Line)
Ye knaves and fools maids widows and wives (First Line)
Ye knights of the thimble attend (First Line)
Ye lads and lasses everywhere (First Line)
Ye lads and lasses every where (First Line)
Ye lads and lasses far and near (First Line)



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