The Return of the Native
The same is exhibited in the setting and illustrated in the action of the novel.
To sorrow I bade good morrow, And thought to leave her far away behind; But cheerly, cheerly, She loves me dearly; She is so constant to me and so kind. I would deceive her, And so leave her But ah! she is so constant and so kind.1
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