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A PLEASANT NEW BALLAD
Husband.
19   Well, that I will try ere you part from my sight, Fetch vp all the Candles, and see you doe light Euery one of them, euen at the wrong ends, And then pinne the basket, and so we are friends.
Wife.
20   All this am I willing, and more I will doe,
To shew my respect, thus I stoope to your shooe.
Husband.
21    Why that's a good Wench, now come kisse & be
friends Put out all the Candles He make thee amends.
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Printed at London for H.G.
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