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Ted Huffman/ Stephen van Dick/ Connor Burrowes

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Published on May 17, 2009

Never Weather-Beaten Sail was first published in Book One of Thomas Campion's "Two Bookes of Ayres" sometime around 1613. It is sometimes known as "O Come Quickly!".

'Neuer weather-beaten Saile more willing bent to shore,
Neuer tyred Pilgrims limbs affected slumber more,
Than my wearied spright now longs to flye out of my troubled brest : O come quickly, sweetest Lord, and take my soule to rest.

Euer-blooming are the ioys of Heau'ns high paradice,
Cold age deafes not there our eares, nor vapour dims our eyes :




Glory there the Sun outshines, whose beames the blessed onely see ; O come quickly, glorious Lord, and raise my spright to thee.'

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