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11Now welcome Summer with thy sunne soft,Now welcome, somer with thy sonne softe
22That hast this winter's weathers overshake, that hast this wintres weders over shake,
33And driven away the longe nighties black.And driven away the longe nightes blake!
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55Saint Valentine, that art full high aloft,Saint Valentine, that art full hy in lofte,
66Thus singen smalle fowles for thy sake:Thus singen smalle foules for thy sake;
77Now welcome Summer with tye sunne soft,Now welcome, somer with thy sonne softe
88That hast this winter's weathers overshake. that hast this wintres weders over shake.
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1010Well have they cause for to gladden oft,Wel have they cause for to gladden ofte,
1111Wince each of them recovered hath his make.Sith ech of hem recovered hath his make;
1212Full blissful may they singe when they wake:Ful blissfully they singen when they wake:
1313Now welcome Summer with they sunne soft,Now welcome, somer with thy sonne softe
1414That has this winters weathers overshake,that hast this wintres weders over shake.
15And driven away the longe nighties black.

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