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" WITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are anxious to be free ; And I will send you home your heart, If you will send back mine to me. We've had some happy hours together, But joy must often change its wing; And spring would be but gloomy weather,... "
The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ... - Page 260
by Thomas Moore - 1829 - 408 pages
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The poetical works of the late Thomas Little, esq

Thomas Moore - 1801
...resign'd, .. Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring " I am thine at last!" .v H TO VV ITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are anxious...home your heart, If you will send back mine to me. We Ve had some happy hours together, But joy must often change its wing; And spring would be but gloomy...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 34

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1802
...remark : every reader •will perceive their merit. The following Is more serious in its levity. -To ' With all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring. • 'Tis not that I expect to find A more devoted, fond, and true one, With rosier cheek or sweeter...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1802
...remark: every reader will perceive their merit. The following is more serious in its levity. « To . • With all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...hours together, But joy must often change its wing 5 ' And spring would be but gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring. « Tis not that I expect...
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The poetical works of the late Thomas Little, esq

Thomas Moore - 1802
...abandonment resign'd, Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring '* I am thine at last !" H TO ITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are anxious...home your heart, , If you will send back mine to me. We 've had some happy hours together, But joy must often change its wing ; And spring would be but...
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The poetical works of the late Thomas Little, esq

Thomas Moore - 1808 - 175 pages
...abandonment resign'd, Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring " I am thine at last!" TO WITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...home your heart, If you will send back mine to me. We 've had some happy hours together, But joy must often change its wing ; And spring would be but...
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The poetical works of the late Thomas Little, esq

Thomas Moore - 1819
...abandonment resign'd, Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring, " I am thine at last !" TO WITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring. Tis not that I expect to find A more devoted, fond, and true one, With rosier cheek or sweeter mind...
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The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopędia of anecdote, a coll. by W. Oxberry

William Oxberry - 1822
...arising from the natural fondness of man for change. It is thus highly extolled by a modern bard : — " With all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...home your heart, If you will send back mine to me : •" 'Tis not that I expect to find A more devoted, fond, and true one, With rosier cheek, or sweeter...
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The Works of Thomas Moore: Odes of Anacreon. Little's poems

Thomas Moore - 1823
...abandonment resign'd, Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring, " I am thine at last !" TO WITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring. 'Tis not that I expect to find A more devoted, fond, and true one, With rosier cheek or sweeter mind...
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The works of Thomas Moore, comprehending all his melodies, ballads ..., Volume 7

Thomas Moore - 1823
...abandonment resign'd, Blushing for all our struggles past, And murmuring, " I am thine at last !" TO WITH all my soul, then, let us part, Since both are...gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring. Tis not that I expect to find A more devoted, fond, and true one, With rosier cheek or sweeter mind...
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Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Volume 1

1824
...which he binds them are equally useful and ornamental. \V hoever it was that said that our seasons - Would be but gloomy weather, If we had nothing else but spring," said well and wisely ; and hence it is, that variety in every thing being both charming and requisite,...
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