Glowing as the wine;Almost unto death I loved.
1774.(* This ballad is introduced in Act II. of Claudine of VillaBella, where it is suddenly broken off, as it is here.)-----THE ERL-KING.
It gently said:"Shall I be gather'd
And when she wills of love to speak,
To know the morrow is conceal'd from man;And if the thought of evening made me start,The sun at setting gladden'd straight my heart.
For I speak it lovingly!From our boundaries haste away,
When near the door she takes her stand,
To believe I was pretty
Surely we for wine may languish!
To join the dance with glee;While thou with wreaths hast graced
Sweet each kiss he gave me then!And I said, "Play once more to me!"
To chiosks and arbors thou art brought,
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