It
seems
me
that the
corn does
push al-
ready

I have not a most pleasure in the world
Pleasure in the world

The
field
has
by me
a thous-
-and charms.

I have not a most pleasure in the world
Pleasure in the world

And how is that man who you did
speak we shall have a fine weather to-
day and there is some for I have fear of the thunderbolt

with
peace
Which
charming
field has
by me
a thousand

I have not a most pleasure in the world
Pleasure in the world

Go us more fast
never I was seen a so
much bad beast she did not vow to
bring and make a good promise
Only I did not believe her



Lyrics submitted by Acherus, edited by Pheeel

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