EBBA ID: 30892

British Library - Roxburghe 3.242-243
 
The Merry Mans Resolution: / OR, / His last farewel to his former acquaintance, / Declaring how hee rambled up and down / Through all the Suburbs of fair London Town / But some of them agreed not with his mind, / Till at the last by chance he found out one, / Which pleas'd him best, so left the rest alone / To her he then clinged close as I heard tell, / Made her his mate and bid the rest farewell.
Date Published 1623-1661 ?
Author Lawrence Price
Standard Tune
Imprint London Printed for Francis Grove on Snow Hill.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.242, 3.243
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.242-243
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TitleThe Merry Mans Resolution: / OR, / His last farewel to his former acquaintance, / Declaring how hee rambled up and down / Through all the Suburbs of fair London Town / But some of them agreed not with his mind, / Till at the last by chance he found out one, / Which pleas'd him best, so left the rest alone / To her he then clinged close as I heard tell, / Made her his mate and bid the rest farewell.The second part
Tune ImprintTo a gallant new Tune, called the Highlanders new Rant.to the same Tune.
First LinesNOw farewel to Saint Gileses / that standeth in the fieldsNOw farewel unto Wapping / and farewell to Black-wall
RefrainWith a come Love, / Stay Love, / go not from mee, / For all the world ile forsake for thee. [with varation]Then come Love, / Stay Love / go along with me / For all the world ile forsake for thee. [with variation]
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Ornament