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London Bridge Or a Capital And Labor a Poem for the Times

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London Bridge Or a Capital And Labor a Poem for the Times
James Abraham Martling
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Bob, the banker, came to me, Asking me his wife to be, He has money, he has lands, He has soft and dainty hands ; But my heart it was not free, And he could not wed with me. Nay, I shall be, for I can Be the ivife of a ivorkingman.
" Little Lily, go with me, Mistress of my fate to be ; Maids are waiting your commands, And you need not soil your hands. " That was what he said, but I Curtly gave him this reply : " Nay, I will be, for I can Be the wife of a workingman ! " 44 LONDON BRIDGE.
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...some one I'll confess, Who he is you cannot guess : But he is so wise and strong, And his life so free from wrong ! I'll not wear a satin dress ; I'll not lounge in idleness ; But I shall be, for I can, Be the wife of an honest man !
t • • • Little Lily ! Alas, alas ! She is lying under the grass ! In the village cold and still, Among the marbles under the hill !
O she was beautiful that day ! We had crowned her Queen of May ; Then her cheeks were rosy red ; Rose, no lily, then they said.
LIL Y.


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