Pearce did love fair Petronel (Giles Farnaby)
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Title: Pearce did love fair Petronel
Composer: Giles Farnaby
Published: 1598 in Canzonets to Four Voices.
Original text and translations
Pearce did love fair Petronel,
because she sang and danced well,
and gallantly could prank it.
He pulled her and he hauled her,
and oftentimes he called her,
primrose peerless, prick'd in a blanket.