Who Sang Come Again? John Dowland

John Dowland Greensleeves: A Collection of English Lute Songs cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1989
length: 5:41
soprano vocals: Julianne Baird
lute: Ronn McFarlane
composer: John Dowland
Come again,
sweet love doth now invite,
thy graces that refrain
to do me due delight.
To see, to hear,
to touch, to kiss,
to die with thee again
in sweetest sympathy

Come again,
that I may cease to mourn
through thy unkind disdain
for now left and forlorn.
I sit, I sigh,
I weep, I faint,
I die, in deadly pain
and endless misery

Gentle love,
draw forth thy wounding dart:
Thou canst not pierce her heart;
For I that do approve.
By sighs an d tears
more hot than are
thy shafts, did tempt while she
for scanty tryumphs laughs

CD 1
  • 1 It Was a Lover and His Lass
  • 2 Author of Light
  • 3 Watkin's Ale
  • 4 So Beauty on the Waters Stood
  • 5 When Laura Smiles
  • 6 Galliard
  • 7 In Darkness Let Me Dwell
  • 8 Bonny Sweet Boy
  • 9 Greensleeves
  • 10 Wand'ring in this Place
  • 11 Packington's Pound
  • 12 Shall I Come Sweet Love to Thee?
  • 13 Sorrow Stay
  • 14 Sweet Youth Go Bruise Thy Pillow
  • 15 Kemp's Jig
  • 16 It Fell on a Summer's Day
  • 17 Come Again
  • 18 Wilson's Wild
  • 19 Away With These Self Loving Lads
  • 20 Mark How the Blushful Morn
  • 21 Never Weather-Beaten Sail
  • 22 The Cradle Pavan
  • 23 If Thou Longst so Much to Learn
  • 24 Robinson's May
  • 25 Time Stands Still