EBBA 32714

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Recording Information
Ballad Title The Dumb MAID: / OR, THE / Young GALLANT Trappan'd. / A young Man did unto her a VVooing come, / But she pretended much that she was Dumb; / But when they both in Marriage-bands were ty'd, / The Doctor's Skill was likewise with her try'd; / The Doctor he set her Tongue on the Run, / She Chatters now, and never will have done.
Tune Imprint To a new Tune, call'd, Dum, dum, dum: or, I would I were in my own Country, &c.
Standard Tune Title I Would I Were in My Own Country
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