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Fourth booke of ayres
Fourth booke of ayres
Campion Thomas1925
Articles
Imprint:
Stainer & Bell 1925
Collation:
47p of music
System details:
SB3476
Contents:
Veil love mine eyesEvery dame affects good fameSo sweet is thy discourseThere is a garden in her faceTo his sweet luteYoung and simple though I amLove me or notWhat means this folly?Dear if I with guileO love where are thy shafts?Beauty is but a painted hellAre you what your fair looks express?Since she even sheI must complainThink'st thou to seduce me thenHer fair inflaming eyesTurn all thy thoughts to eyesIf any hath the heart to killBeauty since you so much desireYour fair looksFain would I wedLeave prolonging thy distressRespect my faithThou joyest fond boy
Dewey class:
M410410Cc813
Local class:
410Cc813
Language:
English
BRN:
2170846
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