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Osobnyak (31.08.2017 22:53)
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LAKE (31.08.2017 23:52)
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On Richmond Hill there lives a lass
More bright than May-day morn,
Whose charms all others maids` surpass,
A rose without a thorn.

This lass so neat,
With smiles so sweet,
Has won my right good will.
I`d crowns resign
To call thee mine,
Sweet lass of Richmond Hill!
Sweet lass of Richmond Hill,
Sweet lass of Richmond Hill,
I`d crowns resign
To call thee mine,
Sweet lass of Richmond Hill!

Ye zephyrs gay that fan the air,
And wonton through the grove,
O whisper to my charming fair,
I die for her I love.

How happy will the shepherd be
Who calls this nymph his own!
O may her choice be fix`d on me!
Mine`s fix`d on her alone.
 
     
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