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"Heigho" of his famous great-uncle _Anthony_, the fault, I feel, was his own.
Here Beethoven, after humming and hawing with great sweetness, said "Heigho," and the Andante came to an end.
Howards End 1924
She sighed "Heigho," and for a moment there was silence.
Simon Dale Anthony Hope 1898
"Heigho," thought Solomon, "here am I punished, as it were, in my own exact phraseology; verily, the measure is returning unto me."
Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two William Carleton 1831
"Heigho," said Patty, jumping off her chair, "I am not going to grieve any more.
Heigho! she used to be plump: what she has done with it all, I can't, for the life of me, divine. '
You need only take a sheet of paper and write at the top “A Ballad,” then begin like this, “Heigho, alack, my destiny!” or
Of course, it is interesting to find intermediate versions or variations of the ballad, and even the adaptation of its framework to other ballads of recent times, such as "Heigho! says Kemble," -- one of the Drury Lane
She poked in her head a minute ago and said, 'Heigho, little one, time to make up your bed.
Beatrice Leigh at College A Story for Girls Julia Augusta Schwartz
"Heigho!" sighed Miss Helen Convolvulus, and Lord Rufus Pumilion entering, the conversation was changed.