But 'tis my will!
Kind gentleman and ladies fair, So rosy - cheek'd and trimly dress'd, Bepleas'd to listen to my prayer, Relieve and pity the distress'd. Let me notvainly sing my lay! His heart's most glad whose hand is free. Now when allmen keep holiday, Should be a harvest - day to me.Another Burgher
He's my good friend, with whom 'twill prosper well; I grudge him not thechoicest of thy store. Now draw thy circle, speak thy spell, And straight abumper for him pour!}
Then I repeat, Come in! Mephistopheles