What ails my darling (Thomas Morley)
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Title: What ails my darling
Composer: Thomas Morley
Original text and translations
What ails my pretty darling?
What ails mine own sweet darling,
Thus sitting all alone so weary?
Say, why is my dear now not merry?
O cease thus to grieve thee,
And take this kiss here to relieve thee.
Up now, arise thee;
O how can my love lie asleeping,
And see yon lusty, lusty leaping?