Borne may hke to be sluit m -. cage Cooped in a comer a-tipplkig tea, Borao may in troublesome toil engage But the luck of a rover's tho thing for me! Over the mountain and over the sea Now in the country and now in the town, And when I'm wriukled and withored, maybe Then X'll marry and settle down. Borne may pore over a printed page And never know bird nor beast nor tree, Watching the world from book or stago, But the luok of a rover'B the thing for mei So, ho for the foreat, and ho for the lea And ho for the river and prairie brown, And ho for a gay, long jubilee! Then I'll ruarry and settle down. "Why should I wait till gray oíd age Brinfjs me tlie chance to be rich and free? I havo no moncy. It makes me rage, But tho luck of a rover's the thing for me! Though oft, with ray lover upon my knee, She has frolicsome eyes and a fetching gown! I fear if my heart's to be held in fee, Then I'll marry and settle down. ENVOT. Prince, my sweetheart, will not agree, But the luck of a rover's the thing for mei She says I must stay, and I fear her frown ; Then I'll marry and settle down.