And from my heart.
Dance and song
The ancient one I like sometimes to see, And not to break with him amalways civil; 'Tis courteous in so great a lord as he, To speak so kindly evento the devil.
All had gone swimmingly, no doubt, Had he but given you at home, On hisside, just as wide a range. Upon such terms, to you I swear, Myself with youwould gladly rings exchange!}
The darling's sorrow grieves me, bring Another set without delay! The first,methinks, was no great thing.
Now to be off in time, were best! She'd make the very devil marry her.(To Margaret.)
We're too well - bred to squabble here, Or insult back to render; But mayyou wither soon, my dear, Although so young and tender.Leader of the Band