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This bottle's the sun of our table,
 
This bottle's the sun of our table,
 
Whose beams are rosy wine;
 
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Without his help to shine.
 
Without his help to shine.
 
Put it round,
 
Put it round,
Let mirth and joy abound.</poem>
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Title: This bottle's the sun of our table
Composer: Thomas Linley the elder
Lyricist: Richard Brinsley Sheridancreate page

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: TTB
Genre: SecularGlee

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

{{Published}} is obsolete (code commented out), replaced with {{Pub}} for works and {{PubDatePlace}} for publications.

Description: A glee from The Duenna.


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Original text and translations

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This bottle's the sun of our table,
Whose beams are rosy wine;
We, planets that are not able
Without his help to shine.
Put it round,
Let mirth and joy abound.