Ampney Crucis Wassail

In the early 1930s, the American folksong collector James Madison Carpenter collected a Mummers Play from Riley Wall of Ampney Crucis.  Mr Wall said that he had learnt the play around 35 years previously in Driffield (2 miles from Ampney Crucis).  The play sometimes ended with this song, although no tune is indicated:
Waysailin, waysailing all over the town
Our bread it is white and our ale it is brown
Our ale it is made of the best of barley
To every waysailing bowl, come drink unto thee
Drink unto thee, drink unto thee
Wi. me waysailing bowl we’ll drink unto thee.
If thou will fill me a bowl of the best
I hope your soul in heaven may rest
But if you fill me a bowl of the small
Then Devil take butler, bowl and all.