Come Brave With Me the Sea, Love
DESCRIPTION: "Come, brave with me the sea, love, The empire of the free, love! There shalt thou dwell with me, love, My blessing and my pride." "Though fir the earth may be, love, It is not like the sea, love, With me all dangers dare, love, And be a sailor's bride"
AUTHOR: Music: Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) (source: Frank-Pirate)
EARLIEST DATE: 1834 (I Puritani, according to Frank-Pirate)
KEYWORDS: sailor love courting ship
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Frank-Pirate 41, "Come, Brave With Me the Sea, Love" (2 texts, 1 tune; with neither text being the Italian original; the tune is found with #39 in the first edition)
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