EBBA 31923

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
THE / London Lads Lamentation / TO / CUPID / OR, / When shall I my True-Love have? / All young-men must to Cupids power submit, / Courage and Wisdom, Vertue too, & Wit: / None can his mighty power & charm; withstand / He, like young Beauty, always will Command: / And here young maidens easily may find, / How apt young-men are to be true & kind / Such constancy in them could scarce be found / Should men go search the Universe all round.
Date Published 1685-1688
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 168
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  Part 1
Title THE / London Lads Lamentation / TO / CUPID / OR, / When shall I my True-Love have? / All young-men must to Cupids power submit, / Courage and Wisdom, Vertue too, & Wit: / None can his mighty power & charm; withstand / He, like young Beauty, always will Command: / And here young maidens easily may find, / How apt young-men are to be true & kind / Such constancy in them could scarce be found / Should men go search the Universe all round.
Tune Imprint To an Excellent new Tune, Sung at the COURT.
First Lines CLoes Face is Heav'n to me, / Like the Morning=Light we see;
Refrain Cloe, since my Heav'n thou art, / Ease and cure my wounded heart.
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