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Midi's without lyrics are marked: M Lyrics without midi's are marked: L Lyrics with midi's are marked: M/L

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M/LAM Fading light dims the sight B. Taylor
LS Fair is the morn in flow'ry May,
LS Far away and o'er the moor,
LS Far frae my hame I wander,
M/LS Far over yon hills of the heather so green B. Taylor
M/LI Fare thee well my lovely Dinah B. Hicks
LS Fare ye well, lovely Nancy, for now I must leave you.
M/LE Fare you well my own Mary Ann, T. Stephens
M/LC Fare you well, lovely Molly, I am going to leave youB. Taylor
LE Farewell and adieu to you, Spanish ladies,
LS Farewell to all our Scottish ways
M/LS Farewell to Tarwathie, adieu Mormond Hill B. Taylor
M/LE Farewell to you my own true love B. Hicks
M/LS Farewell, ye dungeons dark and strong B. Taylor
M/LAM Father and I went down to camp B. Taylor
M/LAM Father, come father, come riddle to me, T. Stephens
M/LS Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes, B. Taylor
M/LI For a while I was a gentle maiden B. Taylor
LS For fame and for fortune I wandered the earth
LS Four and twenty Hielandmen were riding on a snail,
M/LS Frae Dunideir as I earn through, J. R. Davis
M/LC From his Canadian home, banished a wand'rer cameB. Taylor
M/LAM From this valley they say you are going B. Taylor
LS Fu' yellow lie the corn rigs

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