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I'm what you see,Harry.I'm what you know me to be

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By day.And by night,what are you

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The world turn,you'll find you true natural

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Shall Honest John not speak the truth...

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about this King who is a tyrant.

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I am waiting, my lady.

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For the killing to start.

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This programme contains scenes of violence from the outset.

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I'll fight for this parliament no more.

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This is the house I was born in.

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If you wish to take it from me you'll wade through blood.

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You should have obeyed your husband.

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Stay in Oxford if you will, madam,

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but expect nothing from the Queen's household evermore.

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Fire.

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two years later...

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No! No! No!

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Madam, you are unwell.

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She needs a hot dinner, brother Chimney.

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I saw her first, brother Joliffe.

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Do not tire yourself, sir.

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We travel before first peep of day.

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Well, Madam...what say you?

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What has been your business in Oxford, sir?

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To sell corn, my dear.

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You're a farmer?

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I sell corn...which is a mite easier than growing the stuff.

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No armies trample over my profits.

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And the King's court must still be fed.

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Shall I call the boy?

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You want me drunk, madam?

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I knew it were so!

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Such a bonny lady, such a fine face,

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but we must all eat, must we not?!

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In times as these, a man must make hard bargains...

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and a woman must sell what a man will buy.

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Shall I call the boy?

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No, dear Madam... for I am lusty enough.

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Come, come.

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You've had your pay.

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Come, let me help you.

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Sir, I beg of you.

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Oh, no, no, no,

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we'll have no tears.

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For we are jolly here.

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Now off with the rest, open your pretty legs and all is done.

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