James Brooks
(1760 - 1809)

Let us drink, the glasses fill
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From Brooks' first set of glees, printed in London and Bath, c.1796.
Lyrics: Anon

Let us drink, the glasses fill, boys,
Let us quaff the stream divine,
Fill the glasses, name the toast, boys,
Then drink your rosy wine.
Then here's to love, boys,
All to love a bumper fill.
Then here's to music;
Fill again, boys,
Never let the glass stand still.
Come once more; then here's to wine;
Ev'ry pleasure now combine.
Fill again, we'll drink all three,
Here's to music, love and wine.