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ANE AND TWENTY, TAM
TAM ANE AND TWENTY
A gleib o' land, a claut o' gear,
Was left me by my auntie, Tam;
At kith or kin I needna spier,
Gin I saw ane and twenty, Tam.
And O, &c.
They'll hae me wed a wealthy coof,
Though I mysel' hae plenty, Tam;
But hear'st thou, laddie, there's my loof,
I'm thine at ane and twenty, Tam.
And O, &c.
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