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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Act IV, Scene 3

The same.
 
[Enter EGLAMOUR]
 
EGLAMOUR
        ,             ,          ,      ,    ,
      This is | the hour | that Ma|dam Sil|via
          ,       ,        ,          ,          ,
      Entrea|ted me | to call,| and know | her mind:
                ,      ,    ,                  ,        ,
      There's^some | great mat/ter she'd | employ | me in.
       ,       ,
      Madam,| madam.
 
[Enter SILVIA above]
 
SILVIA
                           ,
                     Who calls?
 
EGLAMOUR
                                     ,      3   3        ,
                               Your ser|vant and your friend;
       ,             ,           ,      ,          ,
      One that | attends | your la|dyship's | command.
 
SILVIA
           ,     ,        ,         ,            ,      2->
      Sir Eg|lamour,| a thou|sand times | good* mor||row.
 
EGLAMOUR
          ,      ,       ,      ,         ,
      As ma|ny (wor|thy la|dy) to | yourself:
         ,        ,         ,      ,         ,
      Accor|ding to | your la|dyship's | impose,
         ,         ,       ,         ,          ,       2->
      I am | thus^ear|ly come,| to know | what ser||vice
          ,          ,        ,        ,        ,
      It is | your plea|sure to | command | me in.
 
SILVIA
         ,     ,          ,       ,      ,
      O Eg|lamour,| thou art | a gen|tleman:
             ,        ,        ,        ,      2    ,
      Think not | I flat|ter (for | I swear | I do not)
       ,  2       ,        ,          ,      ,
      Valiant,| wise, re|morseful,| well ac|complished.
          2     ,     ,     ,           T    T    T
      Thou art not | igno|rant what | dear good will
          ,       ,        ,         ,      ,
      I bear | unto | the ba|nished Va|lentine,
           ,        ,        ,         ,         ,     ->
      Nor how | my fa|ther would | enforce | me mar||ry
        ,     ,  2        2    ,      ,         ,
      Vain | Thurio |(whom my ve|ry soul | abhorred).
           ,           ,         ,          ,           ,
      Thyself | hast loved,| and I | have heard | thee say
           ,         ,       ,         ,          ,
      No grief | did e|ver come | so near | thy heart,
           ,         ,  ,    2        T    T    T
      As when | thy la|dy and thy | true love died,
        ,            ,             ,       T    T .  T
      Upon | whose grave | thou vowdst | pure chastity.
           ,     ,        ,         ,      ,
      Sir Eg|lamour:| I would | to Va|lentine,
          ,    ,        2    ,         ,        ,
      To Man|tua,| where I hear | he makes | abode;
           ,          ,         ,      ,         ,
      And for | the ways | are dan|gerous | to pass,
         ,       ,         ,       ,     ,
      I do | desire | thy wor|thy com|pany,
        ,            ,          ,      ,       ,
      Upon | whose^faith | and ho|nor, I | repose.
            ,        ,         ,       ,     ,
      Urge^not | my fa|ther's an|ger (Eg|lamour)
            ,       ,         ,        ,        ,
      But think | upon | my grief |(a la|dy's grief)
           ,        ,        ,       ,        ,
      And on | the jus|tice of | my fly|ing hence,
           ,         ,        ,       ,      ,
      To keep | me from | a most | unho|ly match,
               x          ,         ,         ,             ,
      Which heaven | and for|tune still | rewards | with plagues.
         ,       ,          ,       ,        ,
      I do | desire | thee, e|ven from | a heart
           ,        ,    ,            ,         ,
      As full | of sor|rows as | the sea | of sands,
           ,        ,     ,        ,         ,
      To bear | me com|pany | and go | with me:
          ,         ,         ,          ,         ,
      If not,| to hide | what I | have said | to thee,
           ,        ,        ,       ,       ,
      That I | may ven|ture to | depart | alone.
 
EGLAMOUR
       ,         ,      ,           ,      ,
      Madam,| I pi|ty much | your grie|vances;
              ,         ,          ,    2   ,          ,
      Which^since | I know | they vir|tuously | are placed,
          ,         ,        ,      ,          ,
      I give | consent | to go | along | with you,
        ,             ,        ,       ,       ,
      Wreacking | as lit|tle what | beti|deth me,
           ,        ,          ,       ,        ,
      As much | I wish | all good | befor|tune you.
        ,              ,
      When will | you go?
 
SILVIA
                               ,        ,
                         This eve|ning co|ming.
 
EGLAMOUR
      <-  ,           2    ,        2
        Where || shall I meet | you?
 
SILVIA
                                         ,      ,           ,
                                     At Fri|ar Pat|rick's^cell,
        ,    2      ,   ,         ,
      Where I in||tend ho/ly con|fession.
 
EGLAMOUR
      <-    ,          ,           ,     ,
        I will | not fail || your la|dyship:
      <-      ,        ,       ,      o ->
        Good mor|row (gen|tle la||dy).
 
SILVIA
            ,         ,         ,     ,
      Good mor|row, kind | Sir Eg|lamour.
 
[Exeunt severally]

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