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Francis Pilkington "First Book of Songs or Airs"
Date: 1605
Pilkington1605 has 22 entries

1 Now peep, boe peep, thrise happie blest mine eies
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / b1v
2 My choise is made, and I desire no change
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / b2v
3 Can shee disdaine, can I persist to Loue
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / c1v
4 Alas faire face, why doth that smoothed brow
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / c2v
5 Whether so fast, see how the kindly flowers perfumes the Aire
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / d1v
6 Rest sweet Nimphs; let gouden sleepe charme your Star brighter eies
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / d2v
7 Aye mee, shee frownes, my mistresse is offended
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / e1v
8 Now let her change and spare not, since she proues false I care not
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / e2v
9 Underneath a Cypris shade, the Queene of Loue sate mourning
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / f1v
10 Sound wofull plaints in hills and woods
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / f2v
For his unfortunate friend William Harwood
11 Your that pine in long desire
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / g1v
12 Looke Mistresse mine, within this hollow brest
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / g2v
13 Clime O hart, clime to thy rest
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / h1v
To his louing friend M.Holder, M. of Arts
14 Thanks gentle Moone for thy obscured light
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / h2v
15 I Sigh as sure to weare the fruit, of the willow tree
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / i1v
16 Down a down, thus Phillis sung, by Fancie once oppressed
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / i2v
17 Diaphenia like the Dafdowndillie, white as the Sunne, faire as the Lillie
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / k1v
18 Beautie sat bathing by a spring, where fairest shades did hide her
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / k2v
19 Musick deare solace, to my thoughts neglected
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / l1v
20 With fragrant flowers we strew the way
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / l2v
21 Come, come all you that draw heauens purest breath
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / m1v
An Elogie in remebrance of his Worshipfull friend Thomas Leighton Esquier
22 A Pauin for the Lute and Base Violl
 (OT)    -   Pilkington1605 / m2v

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