Here Comes a Lusty Wooer
DESCRIPTION: "Herecomes a lusty wooer, My a Dildin my A Daldin, Here comes a lusty wooer, Lilly bright and shine, A." "Pray who do you woo for?" "For your fairest daughter." "Then there she is for you."
EARLIEST DATE: 1744 (Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song Book)
KEYWORDS: playparty courting
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Opie-Game 10, "The Lusty Wooer" (1 text, 1 tune)
Baring-Gould-MotherGoose #26, p. 39, "(Here comes a lusty Wooer)"
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