Anon
(c.1795)

Come, ye nymphs and swains
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Glee derived from a three-section country dance, similar to e.g. "The Triumph".
Lyrics: Anon, probably the composer

Come, ye nymphs and swains, advance
And mingle in the sprightly dance.
Dance and laugh and sport and play,
This, this is Celia's wedding day.
Happy Damon, happy swain,
Joy at last succeeds to pain.