Song Title Original publication/facsimile Fellowes edition (S&B) 50 Songs (S&B) Nadal (Dover) 
A shepherd in a shade     (Book 2 no. 17) Book 2 page 42 Book 1 page 49 Book 1 page 96
All ye, whom Love or Fortune     (Book 1 no. 14) Book 1 page 28 Book 1 page 32
Awake, sweet love, thou art return'd      (Book 1 no. 19) Book 1 page 38 Book 1 page 30 Book 1 page 44
Away with these self-loving lads      (Book 1 no. 21) Book 1 page 42 Book 1 page 48
Behold a wonder here     (Book 3 no. 3) Book 3 page 6 Book 2 page 6
Burst forth, my tears      (Book 1 no. 8) Book 1 page 16 Book 1 page 16 Book 1 page 18
By a fountain where I lay     (Book 3 no. 12) Book 3 page 84 Book 2 page 16 Book 2 page 24
Can she excuse my wrongs?      (Book 1 no. 5) Book 1 page 10 Book 1 page 10 Book 1 page 12
Cease these false sports      (Book 4 no. 21) Book 4 page 68 Book 2 page 118
Clear or cloudy      (Book 2 no. 21) Book 2 page 50 Book 2 page 5 Book 1 page 106
Come again, sweet Love doth now invite     (Book 1 no. 17) Book 1 page 34 Book 1 page 37 Book 1 page 40
Come away, come sweet love    (Book 1 no. 11) Book 1 page 22 Book 1 page 22 Book 1 page 24
Come, heavy Sleep     (Book 1 no. 20) Book 1 page 40 Book 1 page 32 Book 1 page 46
Come when I call     (Book 3 no. 21) Book 3 page 42 Book 2 page 42
Come ye heavy states of night      (Book 2 no. 14) Book 2 page 36 Book 1 page 90
Daphne was not so chaste     (Book 3 no. 4) Book 3 page 8 Book 2 page 8
Dear, if you change      (Book 1 no. 7) Book 1 page 14 Book 1 page 14 Book 1 page 16
Disdain me still      (Book 4 no. 1) Book 4 page 2 Book 2 page 28 Book 2 page 46
Die not before thy day       (Book 2 no. 4) Book 2 page 17 Book 1 page 66
Faction that ever dwells in court      (Book 2 no. 18) Book 2 page 44 Book 1 page 98
Farewell too fair      (Book 3 no. 1) Book 3 page 2 Book 2 page 2
Farewell unkind, farewell      (Book 3 no. 14) Book 3 page 28 Book 2 page 20 Book 2 page 28
Far from triumphing Court     (A Musical Banquet no. 8)  Book 4 page 73 Book 2 page 46 Book 2 page 124
Fie on this feigning      (Book 3 no. 16) Book 3 page 32 Book 2 page 32
Fine knacks for ladies      (Book 2 no. 12) Book 2 page 32 Book 1 page 44 Book 1 page 86
Flow my tears      (Book 2 no. 2) Book 2 page 10 Book 1 page 36 Book 1 page 58
Flow not so fast, ye fountains    (Book 3 no. 8) Book 3 page 16 Book 2 page 12 Book 2 page 16
From silent night      (Book 4 no. 10) Book 4 page 26 Book 2 page 73
Go crystal tears      (Book 1 no. 9) Book 1 page 18 Book 1 page 18 Book 1 page 20
Go nightly cares      (Book 4 no. 9) Book 4 page 21 Book 2 page 67
His golden locks Time hath to silver turn'd    (Book 1 no. 18) Book 1 page 36 Book 1 page 28 Book 1 page 42
Humour say what mak'st thou here      (Book 2 no. 22) Book 2 page 52 Book 1 page 110
I must complain      (Book 3 no. 17) Book 3 page 34 Book 2 page 34
I saw my Lady weep      (Book 2 no. 1) Book 2 page 8 Book 1 page 34 Book 1 page 54
If floods of tears     (Book 2 no. 11) Book 2 page 30 Book 1 page 84
If my complaints could passions move      (Book 1 no. 4) Book 1 page 8 Book 1 page 7 Book 1 page 10
If that a sinner's sighs      (Book 4 no. 13) Book 4 page 40 Book 2 page 40 Book 2 page 87
In darkness let me dwell      (A Musical Banquet no. 10) Book 4 page 80 Book 2 page 51 Book 2 page 130
In this trembling shadow      (Book 4 no. 12) Book 4 page 37 Book 2 page 84
It was a time when silly bees could speak      (Book 3 no. 18) Book 3 page 36 Book 2 page 24 Book 2 page 36
Lady if you so spite me      (A Musical Banquet no. 9) Book 4 page 76 Book 2 page 127
Lasso vita mia      (Book 4 no. 11) Book 4 page 31 Book 2 page 78
Lend your ears to my sorrow      (Book 3 no. 11) Book 3 page 22 Book 2 page 22
Love stood amaz'd      (Book 3 no. 10) Book 3 page 20 Book 2 page 20
Love those beams      (Book 4 no. 4) Book 4 page 8 Book 2 page 32 Book 2 page 52
Lowest trees have tops (the)   (Book 3 no. 19) Book 3 page 38 Book 2 page 26 Book 2 page 38
Me, me and none but me      (Book 3 no. 5) Book 3 page 10 Book 2 page 9 Book 2 page 10
Mourn, day is with darkness fled      (Book 2 no. 5) Book 2 page 19 Book 1 page 42 Book 1 page 70
My heart and tongue were twins      (Book 4 no. 18) Book 4 page 54 Book 2 page 44 Book 2 page 104
My thoughts are wing'd with hopes      (Book 1 no. 3) Book 1 page 6 Book 1 page 5 Book 1 page 8
Now cease my wand'ring eyes      (Book 2 no. 13) Book 2 page 34 Book 1 page 36 Book 1 page 88
Now, O now, I needs must part      (Book 1 no. 6)  Book 1 page 12 Book 1 page 12 Book 1 page 14
O sweet woods      (Book 2 no. 10) Book 2 page 28 Book 1 page 80
Oh what hath overwrought      (Book 3 no. 13) Book 3 page 26 Book 2 page 18 Book 2 page 26
Praise blindness eyes      (Book 2 no. 9) Book 2 page 26 Book 1 page 78
Rest awhile you cruel cares      (Book 1 no. 12) Book 1 page 24 Book 1 page 22 Book 1 page 26
Say Love if ever thou didst find      (Book 3 no. 7) Book 3 page 14 Book 2 page 10 Book 2 page 14
Shall I strive with words to move      (Book 4 no. 5) Book 4 page 10 Book 2 page 34 Book 2 page 55
Shall I sue      (Book 2 no. 19) Book 2 page 46 Book 2 page 3 Book 1 page 100
Shepherd in a shade (a)      (Book 2 no. 17) Book 2 page 42 Book 1 page 49 Book 1 page 96
Sleep, wayward thoughts     (Book 1 no. 13) Book 1 page 26 Book 1 page 24 Book 1 page 30
Sorrow, stay      (Book 2 no. 3) Book 2 page 13 Book 1 page 39 Book 1 page 62
Stay Time awhile thy flying      (Book 4 no. 7) Book 4 page 16 Book 2 page 60
Sweet stay awhile      (Book 4 no. 2) Book 4 page 4 Book 2 page 30 Book 2 page 48
Tell me true Love      (Book 4 no. 8) Book 4 page 18 Book 2 page 38 Book 2 page 62
The lowest trees have tops      (Book 3 no. 19) Book 3 page 38 Book 2 page 26 Book 2 page 38
Then sit thee down      (Book 2 no. 7) Book 2 page 22 Book 1 page 74
Think'st thou then by thy feigning      (Book 1 no. 10) Book 1 page 20 Book 1 page 22
Thou mighty God      (Book 4 no. 14) Book 4 page 43 Book 2 page 91
Time stands still      (Book 3 no. 2) Book 3 page 4 Book 2 page 7 Book 2 page 4
To ask for all thy love      (Book 4 no. 3) Book 4 page 6 Book 2 page 50
Toss not my soul      (Book 2 no. 20)  Book 2 page 48 Book 1 page 102
Time's eldest son, Old Age      (Book 2 no. 6) Book 2 page 21 Book 1 page 72
Unquiet thoughts      (Book 1 no. 1) Book 1 page 2 Book 1 page 1 Book 1 page 4
Up merry mates      (Book 4 no. 19) Book 4 page 56 Book 2 page 106
Weep you no more, sad fountains      (Book 3 no. 15) Book 3 page 30 Book 2 page 22 Book 2 page 30
Welcome black night      (Book 4 no. 20) Book 4 page 62 Book 2 page 112
Were every thought an eye      (Book 4 no. 6) Book 4 page 13 Book 2 page 36 Book 2  page 58
What if I never speed?      (Book 3 no. 9) Book 3 page 18 Book 2 page 14 Book 2 page 18
What poor astronomers are they      (Book 3 no. 20)  Book 3 page 40 Book 2 page 40
When David's life      (Book 4 no. 15) Book 4 page 46 Book 2 page 94
When others sing Venite      (Book 2 no. 8) Book 2 page 24 Book 1 page 76
When Phoebus first did Daphne love      (Book 3 no. 6) Book 3 page 12 Book 2 page 12
When the poor cripple      (Book 4 no. 16) Book 4 page 48 Book 2 page 97
Where sin sore wounding      (Book 4 no. 17) Book 4 page 51 Book 2 page 101
White as lilies was her face      (Book 2 no. 15)  Book 2 page 38 Book 1 page 92
Who ever thinks or hopes of love     (Book 1 no. 2)   Book 1 page 4 Book 1 page 6
Wilt thou, unkind, thus reave me      (Book 1 no. 16) Book  1 page 30 Book 1 page 36
Woeful heart      (Book 2 no. 15) Book 2 page 40 Book 1 page 94
Would my conceit      (Book 1 no. 16) Book 1 page 32 Book 1 page 38