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I thought to myself then he was a false-hearted wretch; but, now, to see such a fine, rich, beautiful lady as you be, forsaken for such an ordinary woman; for to be sure so she is, and another man's wife into the bargain.
The Templar smiled sourly as he replied, ``Beshrew thee for a false-hearted liar!'' and passing onward, as if disdaining farther conference, he communed with his Moslem slaves in a language unknown to the bystanders.
So decidedly are amiability and mildness their characteristics, that I confess I look upon that youth who distinguished himself by the slaughter of these inoffensive persons, as a false-hearted brigand, who, pretending to philanthropic motives, was secretly influenced only by the wealth stored up within their castles, and the hope of plunder.
What do you mean by leaving a man in this state, three weeks and more, you false-hearted wagabond?'
It's also a surprise to find that The False-Hearted Lover' on CD 1 and 'Once I Had a Colour' on CD 2 are, not only the same song, but the identical recording!
Nightsticks and water cannons, tear gas, padlocks, Molotov cocktails and rocks behind every curtain, False-hearted judges dying in the webs that they spin, Only a matter of time 'til night comes steppin' in."
According to historian Arnaldo Fortini, the cardinal perceived the followers of Mohammed to be "treacherous, carnal, cruel, greedy, malicious, brainless, false-hearted," and he thought the only way to deal with them was with the sword.