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[Both tune and words are clearly titled "High Germany" - PJH]
[In the tune MS, to the left of the title:] Dorian 504
[to the right:] Russell [and, feintly:] of Upwey
[Hammond puts no bar line at the end of the tune.]
[at *, Hammond inserts a time signature of 9/4.]
[below the tune, feintly:] Another tune is 723
My friends I do not value, for my foes I do not care
But along eith my jolly seaman bold I will travel far & near
She said My dear forsake but pity on me take
To transport bonny Ireland along with you I'll go.
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