Song by Thomas Campion

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Category - Love song

I Care Not For These Ladies


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M:3/4 %Meter L:1/4% K:C G | c2 d | e2 f | e3 | d2 B | c2 c | f2 e | d3 | w:I care not for these la-dies That must be wooed and prayed: z2 G | c2 d | e2 f | e3 | d2 B | c2 c | f2 e | d3 | w:Give me kind Am-ar-ill-is, the wan-ton coun-try maid. A2 B | c2 d | B3 | G2 g | g2 a | f2 g | e3| w:Na-ture art dis-dain-eth her beau-ty is her own. z2 g | g3/2 (f/2 e) | e2 e | f3 | z2 f | g3/2 (f/2 e) | e2 e | d3 | w:And when we - court and kiss she cries, for - sooth, let go z2 e | d2 c | d2 b | c2 c | g2 (e/2f/2) | g3/2 (f/2 e) | d2 d | c3 | z2 || w:But when we come where com-fort is she - ne-ver - will say no % W:1 W:I care not for these ladies W:That must be wooed and prayed: W:Give me kind Amarillis, W:The wanton country maid. W:Nature art disdaineth; W:her beauty is her own. W:Her, when we court and kiss, W:She cries, forsooth, let go, W:But when we come where comfort is, W:She never will say no. W: W:2 W:If I love Amarillis, W:She gives me fruit and flowers: W:But if we love these ladies, W:We must give golden showers. W:Give them gold that sell love; W:give me the nut-brown lass, W:Who when we court and kiss, W:She cries, forsooth, let go, W:But when we come where comfort is, W:She never will say no. W: W:3 W:These ladies must have pillows, W:And beds by strangers wrought: W:Give me a bower of willows, W:Of moss and leaves unbought, W:And fresh Amarillis, W:with milk and honey fed, W:Who when we court and kiss, W:She cries, forsooth, let go, W:But when we come where comfort is, W:She never will say no. % % % % % % After The Campfire Song Book % My Own Song Book % The Song And The Story % Songs From Hazzards Huzzah % % % % %]

						
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Song by Thomas Campion

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Category - Love song