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And he has tane Child Maurice up,
The lady on the castle wa
And there she saw Child Maurice heid
“Better I loe that bluidy heid,
“Than lord Barnard and a his lands “As they lig here and there.”
And she has tane Child Maurice heid, And kissed baith cheik and chin ;
** I was anes fow of Child Maurice “As the hip is o the stane.
“I gat ye in my father's house “ Wi meikle sin and shame :
“Since naething but Child Maurice heid “ Thy jealous rage cold quell
“ Let that same hand now tak her lyfe, ** That neir to thee did ill.
IN antient times, when Britain's trade was arms,
For him whose arms had shock its firmest tow’r. *