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All a Mode de France

Title     All a Mode de France
History     The title was derived from a ballad probably written in 1642-3 while
  the Queen was in Holland raising money and troops to support Charles I.
  Called "The French Report", it is set in the conventionalized
  "foreigner's accent".
Time_Signature     C|
Notes     Very similar to "Nonesuch"
Words     Me have of late been in England
  Vere me have seen much sport
  De
  raising of de Parliament
  Have quite pull'd down de Court
  De King
  and Queen dey seperate
  And rule in ignorance
  Pray judge ye
  Gentlemen, if dis
  Be a la mode de France
Key_Signature     DMix

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Contributed by Paul Sherwood Sun Mar 2 21:22:22 2008
Last edited Sun May 20 13:39:08 2012

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