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40
Which knowne, let us make
Joy-sops with the cake ; And let not a man then be seen here
Who unurg'd will not drinke,
To the base from the brink, A health to the king and the queene here.
Next crowne the bowle full
With gentle lambs-wooll; Adde sugar, nutmeg, and ginger,
With store of ale too;
And thus ye must doe To make the wassaile a swinger.
Give then to the king
And queene wassailing, And though with ale ye be whet here,
Yet part ye from hence,
As free from offence, As when ye innocent met here.

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