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University of Glasgow Library - Euing 335
 
The Slighted Maid. / OR, / The Pining Lover. / With sighs and moans she doth intreat her Dear, / whilst he seems to be deaf and will not hear; / At length his frozen heart begins to melt, / being moved with the passion she had felt.
Date Published 1600-1650 ?
Author Sir Robert Stapylton
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 335
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TitleThe Slighted Maid. / OR, / The Pining Lover. / With sighs and moans she doth intreat her Dear, / whilst he seems to be deaf and will not hear; / At length his frozen heart begins to melt, / being moved with the passion she had felt.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, I prithee Love turn to me.to the same tune.
First LinesWAs ever Maiden so scorned, / by one that she lov'd so dear:ILe make thee pretty sweet posies, / and constant I ever will prove,
RefrainO turn to me my own dear heart, / I prithee Love turn to me; / For thou art the Lad I long for, / and alas what remedy. (with variation)Then turn to me my own dear heart, / and I prithee Love turn to me, / For thou art the man that alone can / procure my liberty. (with variation)
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