EBBA ID: 35527

UC Santa Barbara - EMC Imprint 1
 
The Ballad-Makers Complaint: / OR, / The Satyrick Lamentation of the Trades Involved, / that their Labours permit them no time to reflect on Old Long Syne
Date Published 2014
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Imprint printed by EMCImprint, vnder the / Signe of the Ermine / within South-Hall at Sainte Barbaras.
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Collection UC Santa Barbara - EMC Imprint
Location University of California, Santa Barbara
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 Part 1Part 2
TitleThe Ballad-Makers Complaint: / OR, / The Satyrick Lamentation of the Trades Involved, / that their Labours permit them no time to reflect on Old Long SyneThe Second Part.
Tune ImprintOld Long SyneTo the Same Tune.
First LinesShould old pleasures be forgot / and neuer thought vpon:I'Ve cry'd my wares al down the streets / no soul doth harke to this.
RefrainFor I'le long sigh my Job, / oh I'le long sigh, / Here thou canst neuer earn respect, / so I'le long sigh.Oh, I'le long sigh, my Job, / for Old Long Syne, / We ne'er have time for to reflect / on Old Long Syne! [with variation]
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Notes This ballad was written, printed, and recorded by the team of "The Making of a Broadside Ballad."