To the Tune: “A Song with Joyfulness so Good”4
1 A Song with joyfulness so good We want to tell with singing, Of Claesken, that woman sweet and brave, Who lay imprisoned in past times, In Leeuwarden, in that city. She appeared before the Sophists, Mk 13:9, Lk 21:12 Where the Inquisitor did sit; They questioned her faith's very foundation, But she confessed the truth so plainly, Was not to be caught with tricks and lies.
2 About her baptism he did question; But she, without alt'ring her course, Courageously the Scriptures told: That of new life and repentance Both John and Christ most clearly tell; ‘Repentance first!’ was taught the people Mt 3:2, 4:17, Mk 1:4, 15 By the Apostolic host as well; And only then that baptism blest Mt 28:19 After that they should receive: Thus had she done, according to their teaching.
3 “Believe you, too, that Christ, God's Son, Inq. Enters the bread through consecration?” “No, for on his Father's throne he sits; Clae. Mk 16:19, Acts 7:55 To be consumed, chewed by our teeth, He will not come, no never.” “If you remain in this belief, Inq. You'll go down straight to hell, Eternally by God rejected. Heretics teach this, all of them, You've been deceived!” He also added further:
4 “When Christ with his Apostles ate, So sweetly that Last Supper, Did he not give his flesh to eat,