EBBA 36409

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
[Come turn to mee thou pretty little one, and I will / turn to thee.]
Date Published 1641-1651
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed at London by John Hamond,
License
Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.4
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
ESTC ID
Keyword Categories
MARC Record
Additional Information
 Part 1Part 2
Title[Come turn to mee thou pretty little one, and I will / turn to thee.]The second part, being the maidens answe
Tune Imprint[To a pleasant new Tune.]
First Lines[SWeet if thou wilt be] / [As I am to thee,]SWeet=Heart for thy sake, / I will never make,
Refrain
Condition
Ornament
Notes The first part of this ballad is torn away. Missing title, tune imprint, and first lines for Part 1 conjectured from EBBA 35093. The ESTC incorrectly identifies this as the second half of EBBA 36051.

Pasted onto the same album sheet as EBBA 36051, "No Ring, no VVedding; / A merry new Song of the wooing there was, / 'Twixt a zealous Youngman, and a Cavalier Lasse, / He woos (and would wed) she will have no such thing, / Unlesse she may married be with a Ring / Have Ribons, and Gloves, Rosemary, and Baves, / And all things that were in her fore-Fathers dayes."