Thou Hast Learned to Love Another

DESCRIPTION: "Thou hast learned to love another, Thou hast broken every vow." The singer recalls how she and her false love "met in scenes of pleasure," notes how he now dotes upon another, wishes they had never met, and bids "Farewell, farewell forever"
AUTHOR: Charles Slade
EARLIEST DATE: 1842 (Journal of the Courier)
KEYWORDS: love betrayal
FOUND IN: US(So)
REFERENCES (5 citations):
Huntington-Whalemen, pp. 249-250, "Thou Hast Learned to Love Another" (1 text, 1 tune)
Belden, p. 211, "Thou Hast Learned to Love Another" (1 text)
Randolph 755, "The Broken Heart" (9 texts, 2 tunes, of which the "F" text is this piece)
Browne 50, "Thou Hast Learned to Love Another" (2 texts plus 3 excerpts and mention of 4 more, 1 tune)
WolfAmericanSongSheets, #2329, p. 157, "Thou Hast Learned to Love Another" (1 reference)

Roud #2065
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "Ella Lea" (floating lyrics)
cf. "Parting Words" (floating lyrics)
cf. "Broken-Hearted" (floating lyrics)
File: Beld211A

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