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28. I burn, I burn. To the Dews
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Ah cruell love
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
All these lye howling
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Amarilis, teare thy haire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Aske me noe more where Jove bestowes
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Be not proud, pretty one
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Can bewtye’s spring admitt
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
I can love for an hour (Be not proud, pretty one)
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
The catts as other creatures doe
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Charon, O Charon, hear a wretch opprest
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Charon, O gentle Charon, let me wooe thee
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Clorinda, when I goe away
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Cloris, I wish that Envye were as just
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Com, shepherds, com, com away
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, Adonis, come away
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, Amarillis, now let us be merry
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, Cloris, hye wee to the bower
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, heavy heart, whose sighs thy sorrowes shew
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come lovely Cloris
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, my Daphne, come away
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Come, take a carouse
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Cupids wearie of the court
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Damon, good morrowe, may the morning queene
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Deere, leave thy home and come with me
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Deerest, all faire is in your browne
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Doris, see the am’rous flame
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Dost see how unregarded now
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Erly in the morne
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Fair as unshaded light
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Faith, be noe longer coy
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Far well, faire sainct
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Fill, fill the bowele
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
God of winds, when thou art growne brethles
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Good morrow unto her
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Had you but herd her sing
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
A hall, a hall, to welcome our freind
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Harke, harke, how in every grove
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Hast you, nimphs, make hast away
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
He that will not love
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
A health to the northerne lasse
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Hence, flatt’ring hopes
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Here’s a jolly couple
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
If you a wrinkle on the sea have seene
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
I’m sick of love
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
It tis hir voice
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
I keepe my horse, I keepe my whore
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Love, I obey, shoot home thy dart
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Love is lost and gone astray
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Love throws more dangerous darts
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Lovers rejoice, your paines shall be rewarded
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Love’s a child and ought to be won with smyles
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Noe, noe, faire heriticke
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Now in the sad declenshion of thy time
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Now that the spring hath fill’d our veins
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Now the sun is fled downe
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
O draw your curtaynes and apeere
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
O love, are all those arrowes gone
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
O my Clarissa, thou cruel faire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
O my Clarissa, thou cruel faire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
O thinke not Phoebe cause a cloud
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
On, on, compassion shall never enter heere
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Orpheus, O Orpheus, gently touch thy Lesbian lyre
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Perfect and endles circles are
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Pleasures, bewty, youth attend yee
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
The pot, the pipe, the quart, the can
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Singe, singe his praises that do keep our flocks
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Somnus, the ’umble god
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Stay, Phoebus, stay
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Still to bee neate, still to bee dresst
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Sullen care, why dost thou keepe
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Suppose her fair, suppose I know itt
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Tell me noe more her eyes
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
That flame is born of earthly fire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
There can bee noe glad man
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Those lovers only hapye are
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Thou that excellest
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Tis no shame to yeild to beauty
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Tis not, boy, thy amorous looke
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
To whome shall I complaine
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Upp, ladies, upp, prepare your taking faces
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Virgins, as I advise, forbeare
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Wee shoe noe monstrous crockadell
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
What hoe, wee come to bee merry
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
What should my mistresse doe with haire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
When by thy scorne foule murderess
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
When each lynes a faithfull drinker
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
When I by thy faire shape
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Wher did you borrow that last sigh
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Whieles I this standing lake swathed up with ewe
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
White though yee bee
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Why should fond man be led about
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Why should great bewty vertuous fame desire
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Why soe pall and wan, fond lover
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
The wise men were but seven
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
I would the god of love would dye
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Yee feinds and furies, come along
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645
Your love, if vertuous, will shew forth
Composer: William Lawes, 1602-1645