Rosamond: An Opera

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J. Tonson, 1707 - Operas - 36 pages
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Page 8 - From walk to walk, from shade to shade, From stream to purling stream convey'd, Through all the mazes of the grove, Through all the mingling tracks I rove, Turning, Burning, Changing, Ranging, Full of grief and full of love. Impatient for my lord's return I sigh, I pine, I rave, I mourn. Was ever passion cross'd like mine ? To rend my breast, And break my rest, A thousand thousand ills combine. Absence wounds me, Fear surrounds me, Guilt confounds me...
Page 7 - Let us part, Let us part. Grid. Will you break my poor Heart ? Will you break my poor Heart > Sir Tr., I will if I can.

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