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DIMEV 5639
IMEV 3567.3
NIMEV 3567.3
Think never none ill
The Savior’s plea as compared with those of the World and the Devil — three couplets plus refrain ‘and come to me’
Subjects: Christ, appeal of, to man; devil, speech of a; Satan
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin 661, p. 69
Transcription:
Thinke neuer non Ill
but follow my will
and com to me
By and Sell
be falce and fell
and come to me
Sle and kill
spare not to spill
and com to me
Note: Introductions to each three-line stanza, ‘Jhesu our savur saith’, ‘The world our dyssayor saithe’ and ‘The devill our densourder saith’.