Way for to woo/Amo amas

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Amo Amas, I love a lass,
As a cedar tall and slender,
Sweet cowslips grace her nominative case,
And she’s of the feminine gender.


Rorum Corum, sunt di-vorum,
Harum scarum Divo;
Tag rag merry derry, periwig and hat band,
Hic hoc horum Genetive.

Can I decline a nymph divine,
Her voice like a flute is Dulcis,
Her occolus bright, her Manus white,
And soft when I tacto her pulsis.
Rorum Corum &c.

O how Bella, my Puella;
I'll kiss in Secula Seculorum,
If I’ve luck sir, she’s my Uxor,
O Dies Benedictorum,
Rorum Corum, &c.

This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.