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I Know My Love
by Lady Maisery

I know my love by his way of walking
And I know my love by his way he's talking
And I know my love in his suit of blue
And if my love leaves me what will I do?

And still she cried, I love him the best
And a troubled mind knows no rest
And still she cried, bonny boys are few
But if my love leaves me, what will I do?

If my love knew I could wash and wring
If my love knew I could weave and spin
I'd make a jacket of the finest kind
But for want of money he's left me behind

And still she cried, I love him the best
And a troubled mind knows no rest
And still she cried, bonny boys are few
But if my love leaves me, what will I do?

There is a dance hall in Maradyke
There my love goes almost every night
He takes a strange girl upon his knee
Now don't you think that it vexes me

And still she cried, I love him the best
And a troubled mind knows no rest
And still she cried, bonny boys are few
But if my love leaves me, what will I do?

I know my love is an errant rover
I know my love sails the whole world over
In foreign lands he is sure to tarry
And some foreign girl he is sure to marry

And still she cried, I love him the best
And a troubled mind knows no rest
And still she cried, bonny boys are few
But if my love leaves me, what will I do?

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