Or if he's drowned in the deep salt sea
What if he's found another love
And he and his love both married be?
Well, if he's in some battle slain
I will die when the moon doth wane
I'll be true to his memory
And if he's found another love
And he and his love both married be
I'll wish them health and happiness
Where they dwell across the sea
He picked her up all in his arms
Kisses gave her: One, two, three
Said, weep no more, my own true love
I am your long-lost John Riley!
Dowland - Second Booke Of Songs 1600 (The Consort of Musicke & Emma Kirkby)
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- Flow My Tears
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- Praise blindness eyes, fo..
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