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109
Call me not lazy-back beggar, and bold enough, Fain would I learn both to knit and to sew;
I've two little brothers at home, when they're old enough, They will work hard for the gifts you bestow. Pity kind gentlemen &c.
Think while you revel so careless and free,
Secure from the wind and well clothed and fed,
Should fortune so change it, how hard it would be, To beg at a door for a morsel of bread. Pity kind gentlemen &c.
Words and Tune Anon.
LXXXIV
THOU CANST NOT HIT IT
CHAPrELL. Words from Love's Labour Lost Tune from a MS. at Oxford.
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