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79. Don't meddle with the Yankees, John Bull. by James S. Watkins. Written while the fever rnow, or two;” Don't meddle with the Yankees, John Bull, Don't meddle, whatever you do! They are ten Bunker Hill. Don't meddle with the Yankees, John Bull, They've Freedom and Liberty's might; Don't meddle with the Yankees, John Bull, Or else you may force them to fight. And then, when in their strength, John Bull, They cross the St. Lawrence, “mi boy,” Look out to be served, Johnny Bull, As yomind as it is; Then I pray you don't meddle, John Bull, For “the Yankees are awful when riz!” They at profession; But if meddled with, mark it, John Bull, They'll serve you, as of old, with the “Hessian.” We've “a ost hov your eroes,” John Bull, Growing fat from the wealth of our land, Who profess to be loyal, John Bull, When, in fact, they're a treacherous band: They despise our Republic, JYankees, I pray; Or else “they may lam you,” John Bull, And that, at no far distant day. They're “a