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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Addit. 5666
Number 5683-3
1.   ff. 2v-3   This ender night / I saw a sight / A maid a cradel keep
The Complaint of the Child Jesus to his Mother — nine six-line stanzas (aabccb) and burden: ‘Lullay my chyld & wepe no more / Slepe & be now styll / The kyng of blys this fader ys / As it was hys wyll’
Number 3747-1
2.   f. 3   Now has Mary born a flower
Song to the Virgin Mary — two fragmentary stanzas
Number 5680-1
3.   f. 3v   This ender day when me was woe
Fragment of a carol, probably on an amorous theme — one 3-line stanza and burden: ‘I have loued so many a day / Ligthly spedde bot better I may’
Number 2260-1
4.   ff. 4v-5   I saw a sweet seemly sight
The Virgin’s Lullaby — one 6-line stanza (aabccb) and 5-line burden: ‘Lullay lullow lully lullay / Bewy bewy lully lully / Bewy lully lullow lully / Lullay baw baw my barne / Slepe softly now’