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A misquoted mid-16th-century ballad, sung by the Fool in The Tragedy of King Lear 1.4.156. F. W. Sternfeld's Songs from Shakespeare's Tragedies (1964) gives a tune from an early 17th-century source.


Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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