Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
By: Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
Catalog ID: 245509   Duration: 2:12   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 134   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: European Music | European music
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Seductive and sexy renaissance song featuring female vocal and theorbo. This engaging track has lyrics which highlight the opposites felt by lovers: hot and cold, truth and deceit, attraction and indifference. Perfect film and TV underscore for scenes involving lovers at odds with one another.   Keywords: Love English Lute Shakespeare Alluring Beguiling Relationships Rejection Authentic Early Music

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Mistake me not, I am as cold as hot
Although my tongue betray my heart o'er night
Er morn I'm altered quite.

Sometimes I burn and straight to ice I turn
There's nothing so unconstant as my mind 
I change with every wind.

Perhaps in jest I said I loved thee best
But t'was no more than not what long before
I vowed to twenty more.

Then prithee see thou givst no heed to me
For when I cannot keep my word a day
What hope had'st thou to stay?
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