EBBA ID: 35157

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H 1.54
 
The / Credulous Virgins com- / plaint. Or, Lovers made Happy at last. / Being a Caution to the Female Sex. / Being a most pleasant new Song in two parts, With the Youngmans kind Answer. / Caelia complains Virgins are oft too kind, / The which she did by late experience find, / For yielding unto Damon she does prove / That hasty pleasures are the bain of Love; / But in the Tempest of her wounding grief, / Damon comes in and yields her kind relief: / But vows renew, and at last both are wed, / Though he before had got her Maiden-head.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby at the Golden Ball in West-smithfield.
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 1.54
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EBB65H
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Title The / Credulous Virgins com- / plaint. Or, Lovers made Happy at last. / Being a Caution to the Female Sex. / Being a most pleasant new Song in two parts, With the Youngmans kind Answer. / Caelia complains Virgins are oft too kind, / The which she did by late experience find, / For yielding unto Damon she does prove / That hasty pleasures are the bain of Love; / But in the Tempest of her wounding grief, / Damon comes in and yields her kind relief: / But vows renew, and at last both are wed, / Though he before had got her Maiden-head.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of Sawny will never be my Love again.
First Lines COme hearken to me young Maidens all, / And hear what a Story I shall tell,
Refrain So 'twas fondness that parted my Love and I. [with variation] | Such fondness shan't part my Love and I. [with variation]
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