In cerebration of the 400 year anniversary of publication "The muses gardin for delights or fifth booke of ayers, 1610.
Charts #19 in subgenre today
Previous peak charts position #28
Patrick T. Connolly
June 05, 2010
Story behind the song
This is 'Take 2' and it only got 1/2 way through the song.
I have spliced 'Take 1 & 4' together and it should be better than this but not by a lot so I will just put this out and so you are ready for it. I will not have many newly recorded songs in the coming years.
I started this in 2009 but it was mostly recorded in 2010.
X. The sea hath many thousand sands
The Sea hath many thousand sands,
The Sunne hath motes as many,
The skie is full of starres
And loue as full of woes as an-ny,
Beleeue me that doe knowe the elfe,
And make no Tryall by thy selfe.
It is in trueth a prettie toye,
For babes to play withall,
But O the honies of our youth,
Are oft our ages gall,
Selfe proofe in time will make thee know,
He was a Prophet told thee so.
A Prophet that Cassandra like,
Tells trueth without beliefe,
For head-strong youth will runne his race,
Although his Goale be griefe,
Loues Martyr when his heate is past,
Prooues cares Confessor at the last.
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