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By love and by beauty,
By law and by duty,
I swear to be true to
My Eppie Adair!
An O my Eppie, my jewel, my Eppie!
Wha wadna be happy wi Eppie Adair?
A' pleasure exile me,
Dishonor defile me,
If e'er I beguile thee,
My Eppie Adair!
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