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151. Song—Bonie Dundee: A Fragment

 MY blessin’s upon thy sweet wee lippie!
 My blessin’s upon thy e’e-brie!
Thy smiles are sae like my blythe sodger laddie,
 Thou’s aye the dearer, and dearer to me!

But I’ll big a bow’r on yon bonie banks,
 Whare Tay rins wimplin’ by sae clear;
An’ I’ll cleed thee in the tartan sae fine,
 And mak thee a man like thy daddie dear.

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