EBBA 30033

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Come worldling see what paines I here do take, / To gather gold while here on earth I rake. / What the Father gathereth by the Rake, the Sonne doth scatter with the Forke.
Date Published 1601-1640 ?
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Imprint London printed for Henry Gosson dwell on London Bridge.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.40, 1.41
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.40-41
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TitleCome worldling see what paines I here do take, / To gather gold while here on earth I rake. / What the Father gathereth by the Rake, the Sonne doth scatter with the Forke.Come Prodigals, your selves that loves to flatter, / Behold my fall, that with the Forke doth scatter.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, To drive the cold winter away.
First LinesCOme, come my brave gold, / Which I love to behold,ROome, roome for a friend, / That his money will spend,
RefrainAnd Ile gather you all with my Rake. [with variation]which now with the forke I will scatter.
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