But his practice was how to be revenged on mee, or some of mine.
So in the 'Psalms': "Let not my foes trihumph on mee againe."
It will doe you harme and mee too: for I never heare one sighe, but I must sigh't also.
Yea, what is left for mee but the paringes, when I have given others the peares?
Oh—I—a puff of mee breath—went—the—wrong way, please, Mister Oak, and made me cough—hok—hok!
Here's twentye groates of white moneye, Sith thou will have it of mee.
The readyest waye to Drayton Basset I praye thee to shew to mee.
More seemelye it is for her fayre bodye To lye by mee then thee.
But tell me one thing, mee thinks all this was but a dreame, for in the ende you did awake with the fall.
Stand abacke, stand abacke, sayd Robin; Why draw you mee soe neere?