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Purcell: Pox On You - Dante Ferrara

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Published on Oct 30, 2007

http://www.danteferrara.co.uk/

(Henry Purcell, 1693)
from the CD Bazimakoo by Dante Ferrara

Lyrics:
Pox on you for a fop, your stomach's too queasy.
Cannot I belch and fart, you coxcomb to ease me?
What if I let fly in your face and shall please ye?

Fogh, fogh, how sour he smells. Now he's at it again. Out ye beast, I never met so nasty a man.
I'm not able to bear it, what the devil d'ye mean?

No less than a Caesar decreed with great reason,
no restraint should be laid on the bum or the weason, for belching and farting were always in season.

Music Copyright Dante Ferrara 2007
Video Copyright Adam Verity 2007

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