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At every bridal would he sing and hop, Loving the tavern better than the shop.
His master found this out in business there; For often-times he found the till was bare.
Therefore he freed and cast him loose to go his own road unto future care and woe;
To one he knew,a fellow of his sort, who loved the dice and revels and all sport,
As the infatuation of these two men grew anonymously Both Shared the road tht would lead to their deaths unexpectedly.
Day and night he persuaded for her attention for she had many a clientele thus he would not mention
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