Heavy handed but that's nerves for you. Two verses of "Quantas Sabedes", Cantiga V, from the Cantigas d'Amigo by Martin Codax, C13. The bass is all fifths with forked finger striking/damping. A nice way to play the same arrangement is with ornamentation in the treble, breaking the bass chords upward, and selectively damping for large harmonies.

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There are four verses, here's a translation:

All ye who are of love's fair train,
To Vigo's sea come haste amain.
We will bathe us in the ocean waves.

All ye whose hearts love's secrets know,
Hasten with me where the sea-waves flow,
We will bathe us in the ocean waves.

Hasten with me to Vigo's sea,
Thither my love will come to me,
We will bathe us in the ocean waves.

Hasten to where the sea flows free,
And there my lover shall we see,
We will bathe us in the ocean waves.

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