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Licet often occurs with a bare subjunctive without ut: see examples in section 1δ of the L&S entry. In this case, that subjunctive is eamus, so the line is equivalent to licet ut cantantes usque eamus "We may go singing all the way" (lit. "It is allowed/possible/etc. that we go...") As for minus via laedit, yes, it seems to be a ...


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