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236. Song—I Reign in Jeanie's Bosom

 LOUIS, what reck I by thee,
 Or Geordie on his ocean?
Dyvor, beggar louns to me,
 I reign in Jeanie’s bosom!


Let her crown my love her law,
 And in her breast enthrone me,
Kings and nations—swith awa’!
 Reif randies, I disown ye!

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