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The third and last booke of Songs or Aires


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AuthorDowland, John
EditorWolff, Werner

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Suplemento: In Darkness Let Mee DwellFarewell too faire, Time stands still, Behold a wonder heere, Daphne was not so chaste as she was changing, Me me and none but me, When Phoebus first did Daphne love, Say love if ever thou didst finde, Flow not so fast ye fountaines, What if I never speede, Love stood amaz'd at sweet beauties paine, Lend your eares to my sorrow good people, By a fountaine where I lay, Oh what hath overwrought my all amazed thought, Farewell unkind farewell, Weepe you no more sad fountaines, Fie on this faining is love without desire, I must complaine yet doe enjoy, It was a time when silly Bees could speake, The lowest trees have tops, What poore Astronomers sre theySuplemento: Farre from triumphing Court, Lady if you so spight me, In darkness let mee dwell, An heart thats broken and contrite, Humor say what I call or tarrie till I come, My lord Chamberlaine his Galliard, Dowlands adew for master Oliver Cromwell, Syr Robert Sidney his Galliard