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Rondeau. A wonderful lass was Marie, petite^ And she looked full fair and passing sweet— And, oh ! she owned — but you cannot guess What pet cah a maiden so love and oareoi As a tiny lamb with a plaintive bleat And mud upon its dainty feet, And a gentle veally odour of meat ? And a fleece to finger and kisi and pressWhite as snow? Wherever she wandered— in lane pr street As she sauntered on, these at. her feet She would find the. lambkin— bless The dear I— -treading on her dainty dress Her dainty dress, fresh and white,— White as snow.

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HOW ANDREW LANG SINGS IT., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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HOW ANDREW LANG SINGS IT. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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