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When from my love I looked for love
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and kind affection's due,
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Too well I found her vows to prove
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most faithless and untrue;
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For when I did ask her why,
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Most sharply she did reply
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That she with me did ne'er agree
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To love but jestingly.
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Mark the subtle policies
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that female lovers find,
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Who loves to fix their constancies
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like feathers in the wind;
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Though they swear, vow, and protest
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That they love you chiefly best,
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Yet by-and-by they'll all deny,
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And say 'twas but in jest.
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Editor: John D. Smith (submitted 2004-02-20).   Score information: A4, 2 pages   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Scores listed alphabetically by composer. All scores available in Scorch format, some are also available as PDF files.

General Information

Title: When from my love I looked for love
Composer: John Bartlet

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: Secular, Madrigal

Language: English
Instruments: a cappella
Published:

Description:

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Original text and translations

English.png English text

When from my love I looked for love
and kind affection's due,
Too well I found her vows to prove
most faithless and untrue;

For when I did ask her why,
Most sharply she did reply
That she with me did ne'er agree
To love but jestingly.

Mark the subtle policies
that female lovers find,
Who loves to fix their constancies
like feathers in the wind;

Though they swear, vow, and protest
That they love you chiefly best,
Yet by-and-by they'll all deny,
And say 'twas but in jest.