Onward, idle votarists !
[IV .iii.] "In the wood where he now lives, Timon digs for roots and finds gold. Alcibiades appears with two harlots, and Timon rails at them, disdaining Alcibiades' pity and offer of gold. He prays that Alcibiades will succeed in destroying Athens - and be destroyed himself. Then Apemantus comes round to collect royalties
I was directed hither. Men report
Thou dost affect my manners and dost use them."
.. well SURE, we've seen it all before: putting the same chords as 'See That My Grave Is Kept Clean' under someother song, similarly titled, say "See That My Talmud is Kept MOIST." or, for that matter, the rumored Physickal Graffiti outtake 'Belgian Perjury Services.' the reasonable Creatures of the Erth let them vex and weede out one an other, and the dwelling places let them forget thier names: the work of man, and his pomp, let them be defaced: his buyldings let them become caves for the beasts of the feeld. Confownd her vnderstanding with darknes. For why? It repenteth me I made Man.