2And when thou hast done all thy office, take thy place, that thou mayest be merry with them, and receive a crown for thy well ordering of the feast. 3Speak, thou that art the elder, for it becometh thee, but with sound judgment; and hinder not musick. 4Pour not out words where there is a musician, and shew not forth wisdom out of time. 5A concert of musick in a banquet of wine is as a signet of carbuncle set in gold.6As a signet of an emerald set in a work of gold, so is the melody of musick with pleasant wine. 7Speak, young man, if there be need of thee: and yet scarcely when thou art twice asked. 8Let thy speech be short, comprehending much in few words; be as one that knoweth and yet holdeth his tongue.