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45- 49 "Dancing and dicing" day and night, and bold to eat and drink far more than they hold, doing thereby the devil sacrifice.
56-58 And as they sat, they heard the hand-bell clink before a coffin going to the grave One of them called the little tavern-knave.
Now look; when he comes back, get up in fun To have a wrestle: then as you attack, Ill up and put my dagger through his back.
67 They called him death
Im pretty sharp although i joke away. Its clear that this fortune has bestowed this treasure to let us live in jollity and pleasure. Light come, light go! Well spend it as we ought.
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