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11Bring us in no beef, sir, for that is full of bones,Bring us in no brown bread for that is made of bran,
22But bring home good ale enough, for that my love alone is:Nor bring us in no white bread for therein is no gain,
33Bring us home good ale, sir, bring us home good ale,But bring us in good ale, and bring us in good ale,
44And for our dear lady, lady love - bring us some good ale.For our blessed lady's sake bring us in good ale!
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66Bring us home no wheaten bread, for that be full of bran;Bring us in no bacon for that is passing fat
77Neither of no rye bread, for that is of that same,But bring us in good ale and give us enough of that,
88But bring us home good ale, sir, bring us home good ale,And bring us in good ale, and bring us in good ale,
99And for our dear lady, lady love - bring us some good ale.For our blessed lady's sake bring us in good ale!
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1111Bring us home no pork, sir, for that is very fat;Bring us in no butter for there in are many hairs,
1212Neither no barley bread, for neither love I that,Nor bring us in no pig's flesh for that will make us boars,
1313But bring us home good ale, sir, bring us home good ale,But bring us in good ale, and bring us in good ale,
1414And for our dear lady, lady love - bring us some good ale.For our blessed lady's sake bring us in good ale!
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1616Bring us in no mutton, sir, for that is tough and lean,Bring us in no egges for there are many shells,
1717Neither no tripes, sir, for they be seldom clean,But bring us in good ale and give us nothing else,
1818But bring us home good ale, sir, bring us home good ale,And bring us in good ale, and bring us in good ale,
1919And for our dear lady, lady love - bring us some good ale.For our blessed lady's sake bring us in good ale!
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21Bring us home no veal, sir, that do I not desire,
22But bring us home good ale enough to drink by the fire;
23But bring us home good ale, sir, bring us home good ale,
24And for our dear lady, lady love - bring us some good ale.

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