At the Tree I Shall Suffer with Pleasure

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AT THE TREE I SHALL SUFFER WITH PLEASURE. AKA and see "When first I laid siege to my Chloris." English, Air. The air appears in D'Urfey's Beggar's Opera of 1729. The original words of the song ("When first I laid siege to my Chloris") are by Sir Charles Sedley. The air appears in D'Urfey's Pills to Purge Melancholy (vol. VI, 1720).

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