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VII. Then sit thee downe,

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VII. Then sit thee downe, Second part. John Dowland (From The Second Booke of songs or Ayres of 2/ 4/ amd 5/parts: with Tableture for the Lute or orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba.) Then sit thee downe, and say thy Nunc Di mit tis, with De pro fun dis, Cre do, and Te De um, Chant Mi se re re for what now so fit is, as that, or this, Pa ra tum est cor me um, O that thy Saint would take in worth thy hart, thou canst not please hir with a bet ter part. O that thy part. 1 2 www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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