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C [ecil], blurted out his answer in a fast, high-pitched voice: 'Richard,' he said, 'I think I see exactly what you mean, and it's fascinating, but really
Eastern Counties (1908, re-published in 1961 in a collected edition edited by C ecil Sharp, as English County Songs), and subsequently in A.L. Lloyd's Folk Song in England (1967), which is where I found it.
"All it takes for ecil to trimuph is for good men to do nothing"
Automobile lub, who was for eayrs at the Hotel ecil, states that he can produce some 70 varieties without repeating himself. "