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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4887

Titles:
Dolly Duggins. A new song.
Dolly Duggins

First Lines:
Lord, what folks I see one above another
Lord what folks I see one above another
Lord, what folks I see, one above another
Lud, what folks I see, one above another
Lord what folk I see one above t'other

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5787

Titles:
The cobler. A new song
The cobler of Castlebury

First Lines:
'Twas in a village near Castlebury

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3240

Titles:
Lost Mary Jane

First Lines:
Now ladies list' awhile, I hope you will not smile

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3502

Titles:
Parody on Sweet home
Parody on Home sweet home

First Lines:
I courted a fair maid, and lov'd her so dear

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V11445

Titles:
I'll be no submissive wife

First Lines:
I'll be no submissive wife

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8388

Titles:
Peter and Peggy

First Lines:
A couple from the emerald isle, once lived in Manchester awhile

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6668

Titles:
The bad wife

First Lines:
O Jamie, lad, hear my advice

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1502

Titles:
Happy as a king, (comic version)

First Lines:
Now there are many ups and downs, as through the world you ramble

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4067

Titles:
I was married a week

First Lines:
I was a damsel fair and gay

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7680

Titles:
Locking the stable door

First Lines:
John Binks an old farmer once lost a grey mare

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8210

Titles:
She is bound but won't obey; or, The married man's complaint in choosing a wife

First Lines:
I am a poor married man truly

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5623

Titles:
My wife will be my master. Or, The married man's complaint against his unruly wife
My wife will be my master. Or The married-man's complaint against his unruly wife

First Lines:
As I was walking forth of late

Themes:
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8602

Titles:
A bit of the brown

First Lines:
I am a cobler bold

Themes:
Shoemakers
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7063

Titles:
Some wish that they were single
Some with they were single

First Lines:
Ye single girls, a warning take

Themes:
Domestic strife
Marriage - women

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V14033

Titles:
My wife must wear the breeches
My wife did wear the breeches
The battle eve

First Lines:
Come all young men and pray give ear
To-morrow, comrade, we
Come all young men pray give ear

Themes:
Domestic strife
Domestic violence

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V550

Titles:
Billy Barlow's wedding miseries

First Lines:
Good folks, I'm craz'd, and sinking with woe

Themes:
Domestic strife
Marriage
Adultery

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 1316

Titles:
The struggle for the breeches
Struggle for the breeches
The hard struggle for the breeches

First Lines:
About my wife, I mean to sing a very comic song
About my wife I mean to sing a very comic song
About my wife I mean to sing a very funny song
About my wife with I mean to sing a very comic song

Themes:
Domestic relations
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 872

Titles:
Dick Darling the cobbler

First Lines:
My name is Dick Darling the cobbler

Themes:
Shoemakers
Irish
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5561

Titles:
Wide awake wife. A parody on the Wife's dream

First Lines:
I can tell you're drunk again, Tubbs, there'll be the deuce to pay

Themes:
Domestic strife
Drunkenness

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9756

Titles:
A full, true, and particular account of a most barbarous, cruel, and inhuman murder, committed by Richard Forster

First Lines:
If e'er a deed of blood was told

Subjects:
Norfolk (England)

Themes:
Domestic strife
Murder

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V576

Titles:
Advice to married men

First Lines:
Married men come pay attention

Themes:
Domestic strife
Marriage

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1843

Titles:
The cruel husband and persecuted wife

First Lines:
This man and wife were nearly of an age

Themes:
Domestic strife
Courts and law

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1233

Titles:
[The unlucky fellow]
The unlucky fellow
Unlucky fellow

First Lines:
Is the[re any one here has got a desire]
Is there any one here that's got a desire
Is there any one here thats got a desire
Is there any one here has got a desire

Themes:
Domestic relations
Marriage
Domestic strife

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3095

Titles:
Bang her well Peter
Mountain wave

First Lines:
I shall sing you a song to please you all well
A bold brave crew and an ocean blue

Themes:
Sailors
Domestic strife
Domestic violence

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V2103

Titles:
A married man's advice to the batchelor

First Lines:
Ye batchelors of each degree

Themes:
Domestic strife
Drunkenness
Drunkenness - women

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