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Bånsull anon. (Norway) = 142 Og kom han Jorn ste gan, og kom han El ling 4 3 smed. Og kom ho gam le Brit ta, og kom de al le tre. Op lof tet tel å dan se og ym se kne. Kjæ re de de ik ke dan se, de kan riv ned rom grauts gry ta mi. Og så kom han Jorn stegan, og så kom han Elling smed. Og så kom ho gamle Britta, og så kom de alle tre. Oppå loftet tel å danse så og så på ymse kne. Kjære de de må ikke danse, de kan riv ned romgrautsgryta mi. From Musica Viva - http://www.musicaviva.com the Internet center for free sheet music downloads. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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