EBBA 30354

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Wooing Lasse, and the Way-ward Lad, / Who long had made his Sweet-heart sad, / Because to her hee would not yeeld, / Till Cupid him to Love compeld.
Date Published 1634-1658 ?
Author Martin Parker
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed at London for J. Wright junior, dwelling at the upper end of the Old Baily.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.532, 1.533
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.532-533
ESTC ID
Keyword Categories
MARC Record
Additional Information
 Part 1Part 2
TitleThe Wooing Lasse, and the Way-ward Lad, / Who long had made his Sweet-heart sad, / Because to her hee would not yeeld, / Till Cupid him to Love compeld.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of The Nightingale.To the same tune.
First LinesVpon a Holyday, / When the Nymphs had leave to play,YEt shee's not be answerd so, / Nor from him would she goe,
RefrainCome away bony Boy, / Come away; / I cannot come, / I will not come, / I dare not come, / My workes not done, / and this was all the Clowne would say.Come away bony Boy, / Come away; / I cannot come, / I will not come, / I dare not come / My worke's not done, / and this was all the Clowne would say.
Condition
Ornament