Richard Woodward
(1743 - 1777)

Come, let us sit
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Woodward was organist of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. This glee was printed for the author in London, 1767.
Lyrics: Anon

Come, let us sit, let's drink and sing,
And pay our orges to the spring.
Chant we so loud, that all the spheres,
Struck mute, may voices change for ears.
Let us be genial, and our lays
As wanton as the April days.
Now, while we're fresh, we're light and clever,
Oh let us now sing all together.