EBBA 30139

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Loues Solace; / OR / The true lovers part, & in his conclusion he shews his constant heart. / He still doth praise her for her beauty rare, / And sayes there's none with her that can compare.
Date Published 1623-1661 ?
Author Martin Parker
Standard Tune
Imprint London Printed for Francis Groue, on Snow-hill.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.202, 1.203
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.202-203
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 Part 1Part 2
TitleLoues Solace; / OR / The true lovers part, & in his conclusion he shews his constant heart. / He still doth praise her for her beauty rare, / And sayes there's none with her that can compare.The second part, To the same Tune. / The Maidens kind answer wherein she doth agree, / That he shall be her Loue, and none but onely he.
Tune ImprintTo a new Court tune called the Damaske Rose.To the same Tune.
First LinesTHe Damaske Rose nor Lilly faire, / the Couslip nor the Pancy,MY loue, my life, my ducke my deare, / now will I yeeld vnto thee,
Refrainso sweet is the Lasse that loues me. [with variation]so sweet is the Lasse that loues thee. [with variation]
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Ornament