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Found in For_Lack_of_Gold.abc from the John Chambers music book abc collection
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FOR LACK OF GOLD 1811 For lack of gold she's left me, O, And of all that's dear be reft me, O; She me for sook for a great duke, And to end less care has left me, O. A star and gar ter have more art, Than youth, a true and faith fut heart; For emp ty ti tles we must part, And for glitt' ring show she's left me, O. 2. No cruel fair shall ever move My injur'd heart again to love; Thro' distant climates I must rove, Since Jeany she has left me, O. Ye pow'rs above, I to your care Resign my faithless lovely fair; Your choicest blessings be her share, Tho" she has ever left me, O. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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