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  • Bonny Portmore
  • O Bonny Portmore you shine where you stand
  • And the more I think of you,
  • the more I think long
  • If I have you now as I have once before
  • All the Lords of Old England
  • would not purchase Portmore.
  • O Bonny Portmore I am sorry to see
  • Such a woeful destruction
  • of your ornament tree
  • For it stood on your shore
  • for many's the long day
  • 'Til the long boats from Antrim
  • came to float it away.
  • O Bonny Portmore you shine where you stand
  • And the more I think of you
  • the more I think long
  • If I had you now as I had once before
  • All the Lords of Old England
  • would not purchase Portmore.
  • All the birds in the forest they bitterly weep
  • Saying "where shall we shelter
  • and where shall we sleep?"
  • For the Oak and the Ash
  • they are all cutten down
  • And the walls of Bonny Portmore
  • are down to the ground.
  • O Bonny Portmore you shine where you stand
  • And the more I think of you
  • the more I think long
  • If I had you now as I had once before
  • All the Lords of Old England
  • would not purchase Portmore.

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