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Measure for Measure

Act IV, Scene 6

Street near the city gate.
 
[Enter ISABELLA and MARIANA]
 
ISABELLA
           ,         ,     ,     ,        ,
      To speak | so in|direct|ly I | am loath,
       2       ,          ,      ,           ,         ,
      I would say | the truth,| but to | accuse | him so
                  ,    ,        ,     2    ,          x
      That is / your part,| yet I | am advised | to do it,
           ,     .   T    T   T       2
      He says,| to veil full pur|pose.
 
MARIANA
                                             ,         ,
5                                       Be ruled | by him.
 
ISABELLA
          ,          ,           ,        ,     ,       2->
      Besides | he tells | me, that | if per|adven||ture
           ,         ,         ,        ,         ,
      He speak | against | me on | the ad|verse side,
           ,           ,           ,       ,      2     ,
      I should | not think | it strange,| for 'tis a | physic
              ,              ,    ,
      That's bit|ter, to / sweet end.
 
MARIANA
      ,          ,       ,
10    I would | Friar | Peter.
 
ISABELLA
           ,          ,    2     ,
      Oh peace,| the fri|ar is come.  (three tri?)
 
[Enter FRIAR PETER]
 
FRIAR PETER
        ,   2         ,          ,        T     T   T
      Come I have | found you | out a | stand most fit,
             ,          ,          ,        ,         ,
      Where you | may have | such van|tage on | the duke
       ,      2        ,          ,       2        ,          ,
      He shall not | pass you:| twice have the | trumpets | sounded.
           ,     ,         ,        ,     ,
15    The ge|nerous,| and gra|vest ci|tizens
             ,          ,          ,      ,      ,
      Have hent | the gates,| and ve|ry near | upon
            ,        ,   2       ,          ,       ,
      The duke | is en|tering: there|fore hence | away.
 
[Exeunt]

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