EBBA 31878

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
Phillis forsaken, / In Pursuit of CORIDON. / Behold fair Phillis by her Love forsaken, / In search of him that will not be o're taken, / Whilst she (poor soul) her cheeks with tears bedewing, / Romes over hills and dales in vain pursuing. / 'Twould melt a marble heart, her sad complaining / Whilst he seems deaf, her Love and she disdaining.
Date Published 1666-1700 ?
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Imprint Printed for W. Whitwood at the Golden Lion in Duck Lane,
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 268
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  Part 1
Title Phillis forsaken, / In Pursuit of CORIDON. / Behold fair Phillis by her Love forsaken, / In search of him that will not be o're taken, / Whilst she (poor soul) her cheeks with tears bedewing, / Romes over hills and dales in vain pursuing. / 'Twould melt a marble heart, her sad complaining / Whilst he seems deaf, her Love and she disdaining.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Daphnaes Complaint, or O my love, &c.
First Lines AS I went abroad to play / In a morning fresh and gay,
Refrain Strait I heard a voice to cry, / O my Love, O my Love, / O my Love why dost thou fly, / pitty me or else I dye. [with variation]
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