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The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (14): `Farewell, unkind`

The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (14):  `Farewell, unkind`,  ()

(1563–1626)

The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (14): `Farewell, unkind`


Farewell unkind farewell, to me no more a father,
Since my heart, my heart holds my love most dear.
The wealth which thou dost reap another`s hand must gather,
Though my heart my heart still...
Farewell unkind farewell, to me no more a father,
Since my heart, my heart holds my love most dear.
The wealth which thou dost reap another`s hand must gather,
Though my heart my heart still lies buried there.
Then farewell, then farewell, O farewell,
Welcome, my love, welcome, my joy forever.

`Tis not the vain desire of human fleeting beauty,
Makes my mind to live though my means do die.
Nor do I Nature wrong, though I forget my duty:
Love not in the blood but in the spirit doth lie.
Then farewell, then farewell, O farewell,
Welcome, my love, welcome, my joy forever.


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: 1976-1977.
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