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T. R. Smith, comp.  Poetica Erotica: Rare and Curious Amatory Verse.  1921–22.
 
“I’d Have You, Quoth He”
Anonymous
 
(From Windsor Drollery, c. 1672)

I’D have you, quoth he,
Wou’d you have me, quoth she,
        O where, Sir?
 
In my Chamber, quoth he,
In your Chamber, quoth she,        5
        Why there, Sir?
 
To kiss you, quoth he,
To kiss me, quoth she,
        O why, Sir?
 
’Cause I love, quoth he,        10
Do you love it, quoth she?
        So do I, Sir.
 
 
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