Song XCVIII., pp.346-347.

[Tea-Table Miscellany Contents]

IN spite of love, at length I’ve found, 

A mistress that can please me, 

Her humour free and unconfin’d, 

Both night and day she’ll ease me; 

No jealous thoughts disturb my mind, 

Tho’ she’s enjoy’d by all mankind, 

Then drink and never spare it; 

‘Tis a bottle of good claret

– 

If you, thro’ all her naked charms, 

Her little mouth discover, 

Then take her blushing to your arms, 

And use her like a lover; 

Such liquor she’ll distill from thence, 

As will transport your ravisht sense; 

Then kiss and never spare it, 

‘Tis a bottle of good claret

– 

But best of all! she has no tongue, 

Submissive she obeys me, 

She’s fully better old than young, 

And still to smiling sways me, 

Her skin is smooth, complexion black, 

And has a most delicious smack; 

Then kiss and never spare it, 

‘Tis a bottle of good claret

– 

If you her excellence would taste, 

Be sure you use her kind, sir, 

Clap you hand about her waist, 

And raise her up behind, sir; 

As for her bottom never doubt, 

Push but home, and you’ll find it out; 

Then drink and never spare it, 

‘Tis a bottle of good claret

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