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EBBA 37742

British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
The Happy Lovers Pastime: / Shewing how a Nymph and Shepherd vow'd to love, / As long as they had life and strength to move; / They count all pleasure else but a toy, / To that of Love, it is the life of joy: / They constant prove, in all things do agree, / To Lovers all I wish the like may be.
Date Published 1678-1695 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for Charles Passinger, at the Seven Stars, on London-Bridge,
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Collection British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.22.f.6.(121.)
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    TitleThe Happy Lovers Pastime: / Shewing how a Nymph and Shepherd vow'd to love, / As long as they had life and strength to move; / They count all pleasure else but a toy, / To that of Love, it is the life of joy: / They constant prove, in all things do agree, / To Lovers all I wish the like may be.The Second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo a Pleasant new Tune, called: On the Bank of a Brook.To the same Tune.
    First LinesON the bank of a brook as I sat Fishing, / hid in the Oziers that grew on the side,THen said the Nymph, if they have so enflamed, / what would those do which I do conceal,
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