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She Hath an Eye (Iones 1609 Tk4 Mix5
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In cerebration of the 400 year anniversary of publication "A Musical Dreame or the Fourth Booke of Ayres 1609".
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Shakespeare?/Robert Jones
Patrick T. Connolly
A Musical Dreame or the Fourth Booke of Ayres 1609
Mon Aug 31, 2009
Classical : Contemporary
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About the song
I do not know of any recordings of this song but this April (2009) I started to record my owne interpretation of this work.
This is the 400 year anniversary of this booke and I hope to record some of its music in cerebration. - P. T. C.
Take 4 was recorded on;
April 8, 2009 - rhythm guitar
April 14, 2009 - keyboard bass - Honkey Tonk Piano
April 26, 2009 - keyboard Guide vocal - Ooh or Aah Choir.
May 1, 2009 - Vocal.
August 21, 2009 - middle part - keyboard steal guitar.
She hath an eye, ah me, ah me,
She hath an eye, ah me, to see,
Ah me that shee hath too
Which makes me sigh as louers doe, hey hoe, hey hoe
Hey hoe, ah me, that an eye
Should make her liue and mee to die.
Wise mens eyes are in their mind,
But louers eyes are euer blind.
She hath a lippe, ah, ah, alas,
Two lippes wich doe themselues surpasse,
Alasse two lips for kisses,
Of earthly loue that heauenly blisses, hey hoe, hey hoe
Alasse, oh woe that a heauen,
Should make vs ods that make all euen.
Ladies kisses are a charme,
That kill vs ere they doe vs harme.
She hath a heart, ah me, ah me,
A heart she hath which none can see,
Ah me that I haue none,
Which makes me sigh, yea sighing grone, hey hoe, hey hoe
Hey hoe, aye me, that I part,
And liue, yet leaue with her my heart.
Hartlesse men may hue by loue,
This she doth know and this I proue.

Source ; A site created by Harald Lillmeyer. Mr. Lillmeyer typed the text from a facsimile on the 1610 booke and preserved the original spelling.
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