EBBA ID: 30089

British Library - Roxburghe 1.142-143
 
Good Counsell for young VVooers: / Shewing the Way, the Meanes, and the Skill, / To vvoe any Woman, be she what she will: / Then all young men that are minded to vvooe, / Come heare this new Ballad, and buy't ere you goe.
Date Published 1623-1653 ?
Author Martin Parker
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Imprint Printed at London for F.G.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.142, 1.143
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.142-143
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TitleGood Counsell for young VVooers: / Shewing the Way, the Meanes, and the Skill, / To vvoe any Woman, be she what she will: / Then all young men that are minded to vvooe, / Come heare this new Ballad, and buy't ere you goe.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo a dainty new tune, or else it may be / Sung to the tune of Prettie Bessee.To the same tune.
First LinesCOme all you young Pupils that yet haue no skill, / In wooing to get a fine Lasses good will,HAue her to weddings, playes, and merry meetings, / Where she may notice take of Louers greetings,
RefrainIf you will wooe a Wench with a blacke brow, / Accept of my Counsell, and Ile tell you how, / You must kisse her, & coll her vntill she doth yield: / A faint hearted Souldier will never win field. [with variation]If you will wooe a Wench with a black brow, / Accept of my counsell, and Ile tell you how, / You must kisse her and coll her, vntill she doe yield: / For a faint-hearted Souldier will neuer win field. [with variation]
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