i'll twine with my mingles and waving black hair with the roses so red and the lilies so fair and th myrtles so bright with thte emerald dew the pail the leadrer and eyes looked like blue
he told me he loved me and called me his flower. which blossomed for him all the brighter each hour. though my heart is now breaking he never shall know that his name makes me tremble my pale cheeks to glow i'll sing and i'll dance and i'll b wild and gay i'll charm every heart and drive sorrow away. i'll live you to see him regret the dark hour when he one and neglected this frail wildwood flower i'll think of him never i'll be wild and gay. i'll cease this wild weeping drive sorrow away though i wake from my dreaming my idol was clay; my visions of love have a ll vanished away
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