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190. Song—Lady Onlie Honest Luckie

 A’ THE lads o’ Thorniebank,
 When they gae to the shore o’ Bucky,
They’ll step in an’ tak a pint
 Wi’ Lady Onlie, honest Lucky.
—Lady Onlie, honest Lucky, Brews gude ale at shore o’ Bucky; I wish her sale for her gude ale, The best on a’ the shore o’ Bucky.
Her house sae bien, her curch sae clean I wat she is a daintie chuckie; And cheery blinks the ingle-gleed O’ Lady Onlie, honest Lucky! Lady Onlie, &c.

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