Mathilde Gomas

A flexible assortment of Mallory's repertoire, named after one of our most beloved songs, by John Dowland.

Time stands still with gazing on her face
Stands still and gaze for minutes
Houres and yeares, to give her place
All other things shall change
But shee ramaines the same
Till heavens changed have their course
And time hath lost his name.

Cupid doth hover up and downe
Blinded with her faire eyes
And fortune captive at her feete
Contem'd and conquerd lies.

When fortune, love and time attend on
Her with my fortunes, love, and time
I honour will alone
If bloudlesse envie say
Dutie hath no desert.
Dutie replies that envie knowes
Her selfe his faithfull heart

My setled vowes and spotlesse faith
No fortune can remove
Courage shall shew my inward faith
And faith shall trie my love.