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Macbeth

Act V, Scene 6

Dunsinane. Before the castle.
 
[Drum and colors. Enter MALCOLM, SIWARD, MACDUFF, and their Army, with boughs]
 
MALCOLM
            ,       ,           ,        ,               ,
      Now near | enough:
Your lea|fy screens | throw* down,
            ,           ,          ,          ,       ,      ->
      And show | like those | you are:| you (worth|y un||cle)
        ,              ,               ,    ,      ,
      Shall with | my cous|in your / right nob|le son
        ,               ,        ,     2     ,         ,
      Lead our | first^bat|tle. worth|y Macduff,| and we
              ,        x            ,        ,         ,
      Shall take | upon us | what else | remains | to do,
         ,        ,        ,
      accord|ing to | our ord|er.
 
SIWARD
                                   ,          ,
                                 Fare | you well:
       ,            ,         ,          x         ,
      Do we | but find | the tyr|ant's power | tonight,
       ,           ,        ,       ,        ,
      Let us | be beat|en, if | we can|not fight.
 
MACDUFF
            ,          ,         ,       ,                ,
      Make^all | our trump|ets speak,| give them | all breath
             ,    2     ,       ,         ,           ,
      Those clam|orous har|bingers | of blood,| and death.
 
[Exeunt]

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