From act III of Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas". Welsh tenor, David Lloyd, with the Mermaid Singers & orchestra, conducted by Geraint Jones. 1952.
"Come away, fellow Sailors, come away your anchors be weighing,
Time and tide will admit no delaying.
Take a boozy short leave of your nymphs on the shore,
And silence their mourning,
With vows of returning,
But never intending to visit them more.
No never intending to visit them more.
No never, no never, intending to visit them more."
It's quite a departure in mood and morals from the main story of the opera...
Here is a link to Lloyd singing "The English Rose" by Sir Edward German: