The most worthye she is in towne -
She is the worthiest in the world -

He that seith other do amiss -
Those who say otherwise, are wrong

(And) worthy to ber the crowne.
And she is worthy to bear the crown.

Veni, coronaberis.
Come, you shall be crowned.

Ivy is soft and mek of spech,
Ivy is soft of speech, and mild,

Ageinst all bale she is blysse.
In the face of evil she stands for good.

Well is he that (may) her rech.
He who attains her is blessed indeed.

Veni, coronaberis.
Come, you shall be crowned.

Ivy is green with colour bright,
Ivy. s hue is brilliant green -

Of all trees best she is,
Among trees, she is the most exalted -

And that I preve well now be right.
And now the truth I prove to you:

Veni, coronaberis.
Come, you shall be crowned.

Ivy bereth beris black.
Ivy bears berries of deepest black -

God graunt us all his blisse,
God grant that we all get to Heaven at last -

For there shall we nothing lack.
For in that place we shall nothing lack.

Veni, coronaberis.
Come, you shall be crowned.

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