GH Slater: Lullay, Lullay
GH Slater: Lullay, Lullay. OUP
This setting immediately seems familiar and comfortable, I think due to the timelessness of its simple strophic and syllabic treatment and modal feel. There are four verses, the first being shorter. There is a Fauxbourdon setting (by the Hon General Editor, Richard Lyne) of verse three.