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Richard II

Act V, Scene 4

The same.
 
[Enter EXTON and Servant]
 
EXTON
              ,          ,          ,           ,          ,
      Didst thou | not mark | the king | what words | he spake?
        ,   2        ,           ,         2      ,        ,
      Have I no | friend will | rid me | of this li|ving fear?
       ,            ,
      Was it | not so?
 
SERVANT
                        ,               ,      ,
                      These were | his ve|ry words.
 
EXTON
        ,            ,             ,         ,          ,
      Have I | no friend?| (quoth^he):| he spake | it twice,
            ,          ,        ,        ,        ,
      And urged | it twice | toge|ther, did | he not?
 
SERVANT
          ,
      He did.   ????
 
EXTON
            ,        ,        ,        ,         ,
      And spea|king it,| he wist|ly looked | on me,
          ,            ,        ,            ,         ,
      As who | should say,| I would | thou wert | the man
        ,              ,           ,        ,         ,
      That would | divorce | this ter|ror from | my heart,
       ,              ,        ,          ,           ,
      Meaning | the king | at Pom|fret: Come,| let's go;
      ,             ,        ,                ,         ,
      I am | the king's | friend, and | will rid | his foe.
 
[Exeunt]

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