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En pige gik e enge
En pige gik e enge
Og hvorfor skal jeg stille stå og ikke skære strå?
I aften når jeg kommer hjem - åh ja, kommer hjem --
så vil min moder slå.
Så tager du en lille klud og binder om din tå,
og siger, du har skåret dig - åh ja, skåret dig -
alt på det skarpe strå.
Du lær' mig godt at lyve, det står mig ikke an.
Langt heiler' vil jeg sige - åh ja, sige -
en ridder elsker jeg.
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