Death hath deprived me (Thomas Weelkes)
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Title: Death hath deprived me
Composer: Thomas Weelkes
Description: Elegy for Thomas Morley
Original text and translations
Death hath deprived me of my dearest friend,
My dearest friend is dead and laid in grave,
In grave he rests until the world shall end
As end must all things have.
All things must have an end that Nature wrought,
Must unto dust be brought.