Criti. MErry Knaues are we three-a.
|Molus. When our Songs do agree-a.||100|
Caly. O now I well see-a, What anon we shall be-a.
Criti. If we ply thus our singing,
Molus. Pots then must be flinging,
|Caly. If the drinke be but stinging.||105|
Molus. I shall forget the Rules of Grammer.
Caly. And I the pit-apat of my Hammer,
To th' Tap-house then lets gang, and rore,
Chor.Cal hard, tis rare to vamp a score,
|Draw dry the tub, be it old or new,||110|
And part not till the ground looke blew.
Phao. What vnacquainted thoughtes are these Phao, farre vnfit for thy thoughtes, vnmeet for thy birth, thy fortune, thy yeares, for Phao! vnhappy, canst thou not be content to beholde the sunne, but thou muste couet to build thy nest in the Sunne? Doth Sapho
|bewitch thee, whome all the Ladies in Sicily coulde not wooe? Yea,||5|
|seekest to suppresse those mounting affections, they soare the loftier,||10|
|diuine, because loue, whose deitie no conceite canne compase, and||15|
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Publication information: Book title: The Complete Works of John Lyly. Volume: 2. Contributors: R. Warwick Bond - Author. Publisher: The Clarendon Press. Place of publication: Oxford, England. Publication year: 1902. Page number: 388.
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