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VII. Stay time a while thy flying,

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VII. Stay time a while thy flying, CANTUS. John Dowland For fates and friends have left mee, T'is time that must be friend me, Light griefes can speake their plea sure, 2 3 Stay and pit tie me Come, And of com fort be Come, When thus friends doe dis Quicke, Drown'd in sor row to I feede by night, (oh Mine are dumbe pass ing come close mine eyes, bet ter to dye bless ed, come close mine eyes, bet ter to dye bless ed, quicke, close mine eyes, bet ter to dye bless ed, (1) (1) Then to live, to live thus di stres sed. Then to live, to live thus di stres sed. Then here to live, to live dis tres sed. (2) www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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