Giovanni Paisiello
(1740 - 1816)

Paisiello : Whither my love : illustration

Whither my love
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An aria from "The haunted tower", arranged for use as a glee by Joseph Corfe.
Lyrics: Anon

Whither my love, ah whither art thou gone?
Let not thy absence cloud this happy dawn.
Say, by thy heart, can falsehood e'er be known?
Ah no, I judge it by my own.

The heart he gave with so much care,
Which treasured in my breast I wear,
Still for its master beats alone;
I'm sure the selfish thing's his own.

Whither my love, ah whither art thou gone?
Let not thy absence cloud this happy dawn.
Say, by thy heart, can falsehood e'er be known?
Ah no, I judge it by my own.