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194. Song—Blythe was She
Chorus.
—Blythe, blythe and merry was she,
Blythe was she but and ben;
Blythe by the banks of Earn,
And blythe in Glenturit glen.



BY 1 Oughtertyre grows the aik,
On Yarrow banks the birken shaw;
But Phemie was a bonier lass
Than braes o’ Yarrow ever saw.

Blythe, blythe, &c.



Her looks were like a flow’r in May,
Her smile was like a simmer morn:
She tripped by the banks o’ Earn,
As light’s a bird upon a thorn.

Blythe, blythe, &c.



Her bonie face it was as meek
As ony lamb upon a lea;
The evening sun was ne’er sae sweet,
As was the blink o’ Phemie’s e’e.

Blythe, blythe, &c.



The Highland hills I’ve wander’d wide,
And o’er the Lawlands I hae been;
But Phemie was the blythest lass
That ever trod the dewy green.

Blythe, blythe, &c.



Note 1.
Written at Oughtertyre.
Phemie is Miss Euphemia Murray, a cousin of Sir William Murray of Oughtertyre.
—Lang.
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Written by: Robert Burns