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Brooks' marriage of Dibdin's words with the traditional Scottish tune "The bush aboon Traquair".

Lyrics: Charles Dibdin

Who to my wound a balm advises,
But little knows what I endure;
The patient's pain to torture rises
When med'cine's tried and fails to cure.
What can the wisest counsels teach me
But sad remembrance of my grief?
Alas, your kindness cannot reach me;
It gives but words: I ask relief.

James Brooks
(1760 - 1809)

Who to my wound

(S.A.T.B. + reduction)

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