EBBA ID: 31997

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 329
 
The Second Part of the new Scotch-Jigg: / OR, / JENNY'S Reply, To JOHNNY'S Cravat. / The Case is alter'd now; Jenny Wooes Johnny / To tye her Kirtle, and shee'l be his Honey; / Which Johnny took so kindly, sitting by her, / That for his heart, he could not well deny her, / At length they did agree, so plain and pat, / That he her Kirtle ty'd; She his Cravat.
Date Published 1678-1688 ?
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Imprint London, Prieted for W. Thackeray, T. Passenger, and W. Whitwood.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 329
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Title The Second Part of the new Scotch-Jigg: / OR, / JENNY'S Reply, To JOHNNY'S Cravat. / The Case is alter'd now; Jenny Wooes Johnny / To tye her Kirtle, and shee'l be his Honey; / Which Johnny took so kindly, sitting by her, / That for his heart, he could not well deny her, / At length they did agree, so plain and pat, / That he her Kirtle ty'd; She his Cravat.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Jenny Come tye my, &c.
First Lines AS Jenny sate under a Siccamore Tree / She spt'd her love Johnny come over the Lee;
Refrain Johnny come tye my, Johnny come tye my, / Johnny come tye my Kirtle so gay, / I've ty'd it so often, and ty'd in vain, / Yet if thou wilt love me, Il'e ty it again. [with variation]
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