Henry, A Rebus (on the Name of Nancy Crooke) (dance)

Take the name of the swain a forlorn witless elf T-EY-K DH-AH N-EY-M AH-V DH-AH S-W-EY-N AH F-ER-L-AO-R-N W-IH-T-L-AH-S EH-L-F Who was chang'd to a flow'r for admiring himself . HH-UW W-AA-Z CH-EY-N-JH-D T-UW AH F-L-AW-R F-AO-R AE-D-M-AY-R-IH-NG HH-IH-M-S-EH-L-F A part deem'd essential in each lady's dress : AH P-AA-R-T D-IY-M-D IH-S-EH-N-SH-AH-L IH-N IY-CH L-EY-D-IY-Z D-R-EH-S With what maidens cry , when they wish to say yes . W-IH-DH W-AH-T M-EY-D-AH-N-Z K-R-AY W-EH-N DH-EY W-IH-SH T-UW S-EY Y-EH-S A lullabye carriage soft cozy & light : AH L-AH-L-AH-B-AY K-AE-R-IH-JH S-AA-F-T K-OW-Z-IY AH-N-D L-AY-T With the name of the poet who sang on the night . W-IH-DH DH-AH N-EY-M AH-V DH-AH P-OW-AH-T HH-UW S-AE-NG AA-N DH-AH N-AY-T The queen of Cairo , all lovely and winning DH-AH K-W-IY-N AH-V K-AY-R-OW AO-L L-AH-V-L-IY AH-N-D W-IH-N-IH-NG Whose blandishments ever kept Antony grinning . HH-UW-Z B-L-AE-N-D-IH-SH-M-AH-N-T-S EH-V-ER K-EH-P-T AE-N-T-AH-N-IY G-R-IH-N-IH-NG The flow'r whose odours unremittingly please : DH-AH F-L-AW-R HH-UW-Z OW-D-ER-Z AH-N-R-IH-M-IH-T-IH-NG-L-IY P-L-IY-Z With the glory of forests , the king of the trees . W-IH-DH DH-AH G-L-AO-R-IY AH-V F-AO-R-AH-S-T-S DH-AH K-IH-NG AH-V DH-AH T-R-IY-Z To the prince of the fairies , a jealous old knave , T-UW DH-AH P-R-IH-N-S AH-V DH-AH F-EH-R-IY-Z AH JH-EH-L-AH-S OW-L-D N-EY-V Put the name of the tree that undid mother Eve . P-UH-T DH-AH N-EY-M AH-V DH-AH T-R-IY DH-AE-T AH-N-D-IH-D M-AH-DH-ER IY-V To finish the whole add that period of day , T-UW F-IH-N-IH-SH DH-AH HH-OW-L AE-D DH-AE-T P-IH-R-IY-AH-D AH-V D-EY When the linnet & thrush to repose hie away . W-EH-N DH-AH L-IH-N-IH-T AH-N-D TH-R-AH-SH T-UW R-IY-P-OW-Z HH-AY AH-W-EY The initials of these , if adjusted with care , DH-AH IH-N-IH-SH-AH-L-Z AH-V DH-IY-Z IH-F AH-JH-AH-S-T-AH-D W-IH-DH K-EH-R Will show you the fairest where thousands are fair . W-IH-L SH-OW Y-UW DH-AH F-EH-R-IH-S-T W-EH-R TH-AW-Z-AH-N-D-Z AA-R F-EH-R The sweet , pretty graces still hover about her , DH-AH S-W-IY-T P-R-IH-T-IY G-R-EY-S-IH-Z S-T-IH-L HH-AH-V-ER AH-B-AW-T HH-ER And Cupid would die with vexation without her . AH-N-D K-Y-UW-P-IH-D W-UH-D D-AY W-IH-DH V-EH-K-S-EY-SH-AH-N W-IH-TH-AW-T HH-ER When she swims in the dance or wherever she goes W-EH-N SH-IY S-W-IH-M-Z IH-N DH-AH D-AE-N-S AO-R W-EH-R-EH-V-ER SH-IY G-OW-Z She's crowded by witlings , plain-fellows & beaux SH-IY-Z K-R-AW-D-AH-D B-AY W-IH-T-L-IH-NG-Z P-L-EY-N-F-EH-L-OW-Z AH-N-D B-OW Who throng at her elbow & tread on her toes . HH-UW TH-R-AO-NG AE-T HH-ER EH-L-B-OW AH-N-D T-R-EH-D AA-N HH-ER T-OW-Z If a pin or a hankerchief happen to fall IH-F AH P-IH-N AO-R AH HH-AE-NG-K-ER-CH-IH-F HH-AE-P-AH-N T-UW F-AO-L To seize on the prise fills with uproar the hall : T-UW S-IY-Z AA-N DH-AH P-R-AY-Z F-IH-L-Z W-IH-DH AH-P-R-AO-R DH-AH HH-AO-L Such pulling and hawling & shoving & pushing S-AH-CH P-UH-L-IH-NG AH-N-D HH-AO-L-IH-NG AH-N-D SH-AH-V-IH-NG AH-N-D P-UH-SH-IH-NG As rivals the racket of ' key & the cushion ; ' AE-Z R-AY-V-AH-L-Z DH-AH R-AE-K-IH-T AH-V K-IY AH-N-D DH-AH K-UH-SH-AH-N And happy - thrice happy ! too happy ! the swain AH-N-D HH-AE-P-IY TH-R-AY-S HH-AE-P-IY T-UW HH-AE-P-IY DH-AH S-W-EY-N Who can replace the pin or bandana again . HH-UW K-AE-N R-IY-P-L-EY-S DH-AH P-IH-N AO-R B-AE-N-D-AE-N-AH AH-G-EH-N Tho the fellows surround & so humbly adore her DH-OW DH-AH F-EH-L-OW-Z S-ER-AW-N-D AH-N-D S-OW HH-AH-M-B-L-IY AH-D-AO-R HH-ER The girls on the contrary cannot endure her ; DH-AH G-ER-L-Z AA-N DH-AH K-AA-N-T-R-EH-R-IY K-AE-N-AA-T EH-N-D-Y-UH-R HH-ER Her beauty their beauty forever disgraces HH-ER B-Y-UW-T-IY DH-EH-R B-Y-UW-T-IY F-ER-EH-V-ER D-IH-S-G-R-EY-S-IH-Z And her sweeter face still eclipses their faces . AH-N-D HH-ER S-W-IY-T-ER F-EY-S S-T-IH-L IH-K-L-IH-P-S-IH-Z DH-EH-R F-EY-S-AH-Z For no lov'ly girl can a lov'ly girl bear F-AO-R N-OW L-AH-V-L-IY G-ER-L K-AE-N AH L-AH-V-L-IY G-ER-L B-EH-R And fair-ones are ever at war with the fair . AH-N-D F-EH-R-W-AH-N-Z AA-R EH-V-ER AE-T W-AO-R W-IH-DH DH-AH F-EH-R