So well Corinna likes the joy, She vows she'll never more be coy; She drinks eternal draughts of pleasure, Eternal draughts will not suffice. Ah, give me more, she cries, 'Tis all too little measure.
A play - incidental music by John Eccles (1668 - 1735)
?. So well Corinna likes the joy  [sung text checked 1 time]
- by George Granville Lansdowne, Baron (1667 - 1735) [author's text not yet checked against a primary source]