EBBA ID: 30419

British Library - Roxburghe 3.88-89
 
A Merry Dialogue between Thomas and John. / In the praise, and dispraise of Women, and Wine. / Thomas against the Women doth contend, / But John most stoutly doth their cause defend, / Young and Old, read these lines that ensue, / You’l all confess that which I write is true, / I know no reason, but that without despute, / This may as well be printed, as sung to Lute.
Date Published 1670-1678 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for J. Williamson, at the Sun and Bible, in Cannon street, neer London-stone.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.88, 3.89
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.88-89
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  Part 1
Title A Merry Dialogue between Thomas and John. / In the praise, and dispraise of Women, and Wine. / Thomas against the Women doth contend, / But John most stoutly doth their cause defend, / Young and Old, read these lines that ensue, / You’l all confess that which I write is true, / I know no reason, but that without despute, / This may as well be printed, as sung to Lute.
Tune Imprint To a gallant delightful new Tune, well known amongst Musitioners, and in Play-houses. / Called, Women and Wine.
First Lines SOme Women are like to the Wine, / like the Sea, and like the Rocks;
Refrain But if you'l believe me / i'le tell you true, / What light Women are like unto, / Wine, Wine, Women and Wine, / thus may you compare them too. [with variation]
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Ornament