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511. Song—O aye my wife she dang me

 Chorus—O aye my wife she dang me,
 An’ aft my wife she bang’d me,
If ye gie a woman a’ her will,
 Gude faith! she’ll soon o’er-gang ye.
ON peace an’ rest my mind was bent, And, fool I was! I married; But never honest man’s intent Sane cursedly miscarried.
O aye my wife, &c.
Some sairie comfort at the last, When a’ thir days are done, man, My pains o’ hell on earth is past, I’m sure o’ bliss aboon, man, O aye my wife, &c.

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