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General Information

Title: Die not before thy day
Composer: John Dowland

Number of voices: 2vv   Voicing: SB
Genre: SecularMadrigal

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella or Lute (optional)

First published: 1600 in The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres, no. 4

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Die not before thy day, poor man condemned,
But lift thy low looks from the humble earth,
kiss not despair and see sweet hope condemned:
The hag hath no delight, but moan for mirth,
O fie poor fondling, O fie poor fondling,
fie, be willing to preserve thyself from killing:
Hope thy keeper glad to free thee,
Bids thee go and will not see thee,
hie thee quickly from thy wrong,
so she ends her willing song.