Songs of Old France

- Rondel I
- Ballade I
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- Lay
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- Rondel II
- Rondel III
- His Epitaph
- Rondel IV
- Ballade II
- Ballade III
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François Villon

The graces that crown you Queen,
Have so wrought in the heart of me,
That I, though I die, must be
Your love more than all have been.

Yet I blame them not, for seen
Whom have they not held in fee,
The graces that crown you Queen.

And though come scorn between
You whom I love and me,
Whom shall we blame for it, we?
Not me; whom then? I ween
The graces that crown you Queen.

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