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    Tibbie Dunbar

    by Robert Burns
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    Tune--"_Johnny M'Gill._"

    [We owe the air of this song to one Johnny M'Gill, a fiddler of
    Girvan, who bestowed his own name on it: and the song itself partly to
    Burns and partly to some unknown minstrel. They are both in the


    O, Wilt thou go wi' me,
    Sweet Tibbie Dunbar?
    O, wilt thou go wi' me,
    Sweet Tibbie Dunbar?
    Wilt thou ride on a horse,
    Or be drawn in a car,
    Or walk by my side,
    O, sweet Tibbie Dunbar?


    I care na thy daddie,
    His lands and his money,
    I care na thy kindred,
    Sae high and sae lordly:
    But say thou wilt hae me
    For better for waur--
    And come in thy coatie,
    Sweet Tibbie Dunbar!
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