Do me right, and dub me knight

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Fragment sung by Silence in 2 Henry IV 5.3.74. ‘Do me right’ means ‘pledge or drink my health’. The original song had music by Lassus, published in 1570.

Jeremy Barlow


Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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