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28-1
They tell us that Love in his fairy bow*r
Had two blush roses of birth divine; He sprinkled the one with a rainbow show'r, But bathed the other with mantling wine. Soon did the buds That drank of the floods Distill'd by the rainbow, decline and fade; While those which the tide Of ruby had dyed, All blushed into beauty like thee, sweet Maid! Then fancy not, Dearest! that wine can steal One blissful dream of the heart from me; Like founts that awaken the pilgrim's zeal, The bowl but brightens my love for thee.
Words by Moore. Tune Dennis, dont be threatening.
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