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Owain Phyfe - My Fate Lyrics

  • Go bid the needle his dear north forsake,
  • To which with trembling reverence, it doth bend;
  • Go bid the stones a journey upwards make;
  • Go bid the ambitious flames no more to ascend.
  • And, when these false to their own motions prove,
  • Then shall I cease thee, thee alone to love.
  • You, who men's fortunes in their faces read;
  • To find out mine, look not, alas, on me;
  • But mark her face and all the features heed,
  • For only there is writ my destiny.
  • Or, if stars show it, gaze not on the skies,
  • But study the astrology, the astrology of her eyes.
  • If thou find there kind and propitious rays,
  • What Mars and Saturn threaten, I'll not fear.
  • Per chance the fate of mortal days
  • Is writ in heaven, but O, my heaven is here.
  • What can men learn from stars they scarce can see?
  • Two great lights rule the world; and her two, me.

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