Festive songs, principally of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Volume 23

9780217581509: Festive songs, principally of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Volume 23
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ...shewd us hathe, Vinu letiflca Cor hominis. A merie harte in cage Makethe a lustie age, As tellethe us the sage, Cuer for the noynes. Becase we should delight In mirthe bothe daie and night; He saythe an hevie freight Drieth up the bones. Wherfore let us alwaie Rejoyce in God, I saye, Our mirthe cannot decay If we do this. And put aside all wrathe, For David shewed us bathe, Vinu letiflcat Cor hominis. Nowe, ye that be presente, Laude God omnipotente, That hathe us geven and sent Our dailie foode. "When thorowe sinne were slane, He sent his son againe, Us to redeme from pane By his swete bloude. And he is the trewe vyne, From whom distilde the wine, That bought your soules and myne, You know well this. Then put asid all wrathe, For David shewed us hathe, Vinu letiflcat, Cor hominis. VIII. THE GOOD GOSSIPPES SONGE. (From Chester Plays--Shakespeare Society's Ed., by Wright, p. 53. Noah's Flood.) The flude comes flittinge in full faste, One every syde that spreades full farre; For feare of drowninge I am agaste; Good gossippes, lett us drawe nere; And lett us drinke or we departe, For ofte tymes we have done soe; For att a draughte thou drinkes a quarte, And soe will I doe or I goe. Heare is a pottill full of Malmsine good and stronge, Itt will rejoyce boath harte and tonge; Though Noye thinke us never so longe, Heare we will drinke alike.-IX. (From Songs and Carols of the fifteenth century, by Wright, Percy edit. pp. 2-3.) Semper vivit misere, qui non habet solvere. Bonum vinum cum sapore Bybit abbas cum priore; Sed conventus de pejore Semper solet bibere. Bonum vinum in taberna, Ubi vina sunt valarna, Ubi nummus est pincerna, Ibi prodest bibere. Dum vadis ad bibendum, Te festina ad videndum Quantum habes ad solvendum, Antequam vis bibere. Sis...

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