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Faine I would
Faine I would
The King's Complaint
Faine I would, if I could
By any means obteine
Leave of my best
Masters to sit with them againe
But my blest Parliment
Will never give consent
They say tis such a thinge
For the worst of them's a Kinge
Wee will rule still
In spight of Cavalieres
O brave house of Commons
O brave house of Peeres
Religion you have pull'd downe
And soe you have the crowne
My laws & Kingdome too
I think the Devill's in you
Else you'll not endure
Such a constant flood
All of childrens teares
And theire dead Fathers blood ...
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