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AT CASTERBRIDGE FAIR: 1. THE BALLAD-SINGER, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sing, ballad-singer, raise a hearty tune
Last Line: Make me forget her tears.
Subject(s): Festivals; Love; Singing & Singers; Fairs; Pageants; Songs


SING, Ballad-singer, raise a hearty tune;
Make me forget that there was ever a one
I walked with in the meek light of the moon
When the day's work was done.

Rhyme, Ballad-rhymer, start a country song;
Make me forget that she whom I loved well
Swore she would love me dearly, love me long,
Then - what I cannot tell!

Sing, Ballad-singer, from your little book;
Make me forget those heart-breaks, achings, fears;
Make me forget her name, her sweet sweet look -
Make me forget her tears.





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