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good “life—A song of,” TWELFTH NIGHT, ii. 3. 34. Here I believe, with Malone, that a song of good life means “a song of a moral turn;” but Steevens thinks that, though Sir Andrew accepts it in that signification, the Clown means a song “of harmless mirth and jollity.”

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