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Found in 1806.abc from the John Chambers music book abc collection
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HEATHER BRAES 1806 When gloom y night had ta ken flight, Chac'd by the rud dy 8 6 morn ing, When dai sies fair per fume the air, Each hill and dale a dorn ing; As forth I hied, young Jock ey cried, My bon ny las sie, stay; O gang wi' me, and chat a wee, U pon the hea ther brae. As forth I hied, young Jock ey cried, My bon ny las sie, stay; O gang wi' me, and chat a wee, U pon the hea ther brae, U pon the hea ther brae. 2. A maid too soon may grant a boon, Too late repent her folly; And what reward meets her regard, But grief and melancholy; For all mankind are false as wind, Or like an April day; Then seek not me to chat with thee, Upon the heather brae. 3. The bonny swain then tun'd a strain So wonderfully pleasing, That while he play'd, his music made Me wish it never ceasing. Now fraught with joy that ne'er can cloy, I bless the happy day, i first did meet my Jockey sweet, Upon the heather brae. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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