Mother, I will have a husband (Thomas Vautor)

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General Information

Title: Mother, I will have a husband
Composer: Thomas Vautor

Number of voices: 5vv   Voicing: SSATB
Genre: SecularMadrigal

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

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Original text and translations

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Mother,
I will have a husband,
and I will have him out of hand.
Mother, I will sure have one,
In spite of her, that will have none.
John a Dun should have had me long ere this,
He said I had good lips to kiss.
Mother I will sure have one,
In spite of her that will have none.
For I have heard 'tis trim when folks do love,
By good Sir John I swear now I will prove.
For Mother, I will sure have one,
In spite of her that will have none.
To the town therefore will I gad,
To get me a husband good or bad.
Mother I will have a husband,
and I will have him out of hand.
Mother I will sure have one,
In spite of her that will have none.