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On A Projected Journey Post by :jarmacy Category :Poems Author :Charles Lamb Date :August 2011 Read :1399

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On A Projected Journey

(1820)


To gratify his people's wish
See G(eorg)e at length prepare--
He's setting out for Hanover--
We've often wished him there.


SONG FOR THE C(ORONATIO)N

_Tune, "Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch"_

(1820)

_Roi's_ wife of Brunswick Oels!
_Roi's_ wife of Brunswick Oels!
Wot you how she came to him,
While he supinely dreamt of no ills?
Vow! but she is a canty Queen,
And well can she scare each royal orgie.--
To us she ever must be dear,
Though she's for ever cut by Georgie.--
_Roi's_ wife, etc. _Da capo._


(The end)
Charles Lamb's poem: On A Projected Journey

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