For once she requested in the tre: «Howe came so it freshnes unto the newest?

For once she requested in the tre: «Howe came so it freshnes unto the newest?

Into Wednesday regarding day I grabbed a walk-in the newest career, It was to take my curage dwon, Yet still I found myself forced to give: For truth be told there I confronted with good bobtail'd lass, But I should has enacted their particular because of the, And i kindly grabbed her of the give, An tecken pГҐ en lojal kvinna i direct their own towards kye. This new pettycoat one she got towards Is made of your blanket bluish, The fresh new smock is as the black colored because charcole, Trust in me this is correct; But tempting terminology, have a tendency to tempt young birds, That from their nest would travel, And you will I'll most likely never believ't try the 1st time One she got been caught about kye. A good council, good people, We bring, To you personally, young man, I provide, Never ever get having an effective bob-tail'd lass As long as you have an hour or so to reside. You had beter simply take one that is best and you will extreme, Regardless of if she end up being never very worst, For We never ever was so disgraced in my lives Whenever i was through this bob-tail'd whoore.

Regarding Farmer’s ‘Merry Songs’, so there out of James Maidment’s ‘Ane Lovely Garland out of Nice Scented Flowers’, 1835, about what has started to become NLS MS Adv. 19.1.13 f. 42.

Area step 3, English Sounds

It was a good maide out of my personal countre Just like the she arrived because of the an excellent hathorne-tre As the packed with plants, as will be seen, She merveld in order to se this new tre so grene

The tre housemaid answere by-and-by: «I’ve a good causse to growe triumphantly; The fresh swetest dew you to definitely actually ever become sene Doth slip into me personally and you may kepe my grene.

«Yea ,» quothe new maid, «but where thou growe, Thou stande on hande for every blowe, Of every people to own to be seen; We mervaile one thou growe therefore grene.»

«Although many-one simply take plants out-of myself, & manye a great branche off my personal tre, I have such shop, they wyll not sene, For lots more & my personal tredges growe grene.»

«But exactly how, and additionally they chaunce to chop new downe And you can bring thie braunches into the towne? After that have a tendency to they never ever no longer getting sene To expand againe so freshe & grene.»

«Thoughe that you manage, yt ys zero boote, Withoute they slashed us to the newest roote; Next yere againe Im sene To bude my twigs freshe and grene.»

«And you also, fair maide, canne not do so; Having yf you let you are maidhode goe, Up coming will yt never not getting sene When i with my braunches is growe grene.»

The brand new maide with this begane in order to blushe, And you can became their about hathorne bushe. She imagine herdelffe very faire & clene, Their own bewtie styll would previously growe grene.»

With many different good sighe she went their waye, To se howe she maide their particular self thus gay, To walke, to help you se, and also to end up being sene, An enthusiastic very out-confronted this new hathorne grene

Exactly what having she harde so it wonderful dowbte, She went styll then the aboute; Suspecting nevertheless exactly what she would wene, Their maidheade missing could not get noticed.

Along with all that yt set their own in feare In order to talke with companye anye in which, For feare to reduce the point that shuld feel sene To develop given that was basically the fresh new hathorn grene.

However, after this never I could right here Of faire mayden any place, You to definitely actually she was in forest sene, So you can talke againe of the hathorne grene. G. Poete [Peele?]

The brand new day in the is mostly about the same as L. Lloyd’s song mentioned below. Text off BL MS Pure cotton Vesp. A good.twenty five, through K. Boeddeker’s post ‘Englische Lieder und Balladen aus dem 16. Jahrhundert’, Jahrbuch fur romanische und auch englische Sprache , Letter. F. II, 1875. Expurgated and unfinished in the Chappell’s PMOT. The latest go out of ballad could be months sooner than L. Lloyd’s song a lot more than. A classic version collected in the place of track, on the 1825, try «The brand new Hawthorn Green», p. cuatro during the E. B. Lyle’s Andrew Crafurd’s Line of Ballads and you can Songs 1975. A poor conventional veresion that we suspect is actually learned out-of Chappell’s PMOT, is actually «This new Hawthorn Plant», p. 15 into the Fred Hammer’s Garners Gay , EFDSS, 1968.

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