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Geneva Bible (1599): Song of Solomon 1

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1 Let him kisse me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy loue is better then wine.

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2 Because of the sauour of thy good ointments thy name is as an ointment powred out: therefore the virgins loue thee.

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3 Drawe me: we will runne after thee: the King hath brought me into his chabers: we will reioyce and be glad in thee: we will remember thy loue more then wine: the righteous do loue thee.

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4 I am blacke, O daughters of Ierusalem, but comely, as the tentes of Kedar, and as the curtaines of Salomon.

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5 Regard ye me not because I am blacke: for the sunne hath looked vpon mee. The sonnes of my mother were angry against mee: they made me the keeper of ye vines: but I kept not mine owne vine.

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6 Shewe me, O thou, whome my soule loueth, where thou feedest, where thou liest at noone: for why should I be as she that turneth aside to the flockes of thy companions?

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7 If thou knowe not, O thou the fairest among women, get thee foorth by the steps of the flocke, and feede thy kiddes by the tents of the shepheards.

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8 I haue compared thee, O my loue, to the troupe of horses in the charets of Pharaoh.

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9 Thy cheekes are comely with rowes of stones, and thy necke with chaines.

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10 We will make thee borders of golde with studdes of siluer.

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11 Whiles the King was at his repast, my spikenard gaue the smelll thereof.

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12 My welbeloued is as a bundle of myrrhe vnto me: he shall lie betweene my breasts.

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13 My welbeloued is as a cluster of camphire vnto me in the vines of Engedi.

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14 My loue, beholde, thou art faire: beholde, thou art faire: thine eyes are like the doues.

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15 My welbeloued, beholde, thou art faire and pleasant: also our bed is greene:

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16 The beames of our house are cedars, our rafters are of firre.

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