The Coalier had a Daughter, and she is wondrous bonny; But of you had once brought her to a true sense of Joy, Although she strugle for a while yet you'll won about her, If once her Heart you can beguile you'll never go without her. Although at first she may deny, yet you must pursue her: Her Modesty will make her cry, your Rudeness will undo her. But with a forward brisk Address unto the point intended; First you must Kiss and then Caress, and so the Matter's ended. This was the method that I us'd while she was denying; And the more that she refus'd the more I was applying: Till the Key of her Virginity to me she did deliver; Tho' I like not the Affinity to receive it was clever. How happy then's the Landwart Laird that is the Coaliers Master For he may speak a word with her when she lays down to rest her. And when her Father's at his Kaill, and from his hand not mist her I warrand you she'll nerver fail to thank the Lad that kist her.
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