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Well, I would you did like me.Well, I would you did like me.MA II.i.88
Which is one?Which is one?MA II.i.91
I loue you the better, the hearers may cry I love you the better; the hearers may cryMA II.i.93
Amen.Amen.MA II.i.94
Amen.Amen.MA II.i.96
No more words, the Clarke is answered.No more words; the clerk is answered.MA II.i.99
O good my Lord, taxe not so bad a voyce,O, good my lord, tax not so bad a voiceMA II.iii.42
To slander musicke any more then once.To slander music any more than once.MA II.iii.43
Because you talke of wooing, I will sing,Because you talk of wooing, I will sing,MA II.iii.47
Since many a wooer doth commence his suit,Since many a wooer doth commence his suitMA II.iii.48
To her he thinkes not worthy, yet he wooes,To her he thinks not worthy; yet he woos,MA II.iii.49
Yet will he sweare he loues.Yet will he swear he loves.MA II.iii.50.1
Note this before my notes,Note this before my notes;MA II.iii.52.2
Theres not a note of mine that's worth the noting.There's not a note of mine that's worth the noting.MA II.iii.53
Sigh no more Ladies, sigh no more,Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more,MA II.iii.60
Men were deceiuers euer,Men were deceivers ever,MA II.iii.61
One foote in Sea, and one on shore,One foot in sea and one on shore,MA II.iii.62
To one thing constant neuer,To one thing constant never:MA II.iii.63
Then sigh not so, but let them goe,Then sigh not so, but let them go,MA II.iii.64
And be you blithe and bonnie,And be you blithe and bonny,MA II.iii.65
Conuerting all your sounds of woe,Converting all your sounds of woeMA II.iii.66
Into hey nony nony.Into Hey nonny, nonny.MA II.iii.67
Sing no more ditties, sing no moe,Sing no more ditties, sing no moe,MA II.iii.68
Of dumps so dull and heauy,Of dumps so dull and heavy;MA II.iii.69
The fraud of men were euer so,The fraud of men was ever so,MA II.iii.70
Since summer first was leauy,Since summer first was leavy:MA II.iii.71
Then sigh not so, &c.Then sigh not so, but let them go,MA II.iii.72
And be you blithe and bonny,MA II.iii.73
Converting all your sounds of woeMA II.iii.74
Into Hey nonny, nonny.MA II.iii.75
And an ill singer, my Lord.And an ill singer, my lord.MA II.iii.77
The best I can, my Lord. The best I can, my lord.MA II.iii.89
Pardon goddesse of the night,Pardon, goddess of the night,MA V.iii.12
Those that slew thy virgin knight,Those that slew thy virgin knight;MA V.iii.13
For the which with songs of woe,For the which, with songs of woe,MA V.iii.14
Round about her tombe they goe:Round about her tomb they go.MA V.iii.15
Midnight assist our mone, Midnight, assist our moan;MA V.iii.16
helpe vs to sigh and grone.Help us to sigh and groan,MA V.iii.17
Heauily, heauily.Heavily, heavily.MA V.iii.18
Graues yawne and yeelde your dead,Graves yawn and yield your dead,MA V.iii.19
Till death be vttered,Till death be uttered,MA V.iii.20
Heauenly, heauenly.Heavily, heavily.MA V.iii.21
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