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by Bohm, Carl, 1844-1920
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[German] [i] Still wie die Nacht, tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe sein! / Still wie die Nacht, und tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [ii] Wenn du mich liebst so wie ich dich, / will ich dein eigen sein. / Heiss, wie der Stahl und fest, wie der Stein / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [English] [i] Still as the night, deep as the sea / Should love, thy love ere [word crossed out] be! / Still as the night, and deep...
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by Plaidy, Louis, 1810-1874
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by Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875
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[English] Lamb of God, that takest away our sins, / Have compassion, have compassion upon us. / O thou Lamb of God, that takest away the sins of the world, / Have compassion, have compassion, have compassion upon us. / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that bearest the sins of the world, / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that takest away all the sins of the world, / O Lamb of God, thy peace be with us, Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thy peace with us. / Thy peace, Thy peace ever be with us....
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by Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
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by Stroud, Arthur
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[Verse 1] Hail, Caledonia! land of my childhood, / Home of my birth, so radiant and fair, / Though I have roam’d through the world and its beauties, / Nowhere on earth with thee can compare. / Thou art majestic and regals in splendor, / Thou art the land o the gallant and free, / Lassies with hearts, aye, so true and so tender / Hail, Caledonia! How I love thee! [Chorus] Let the Irish sing of their Em’ralt Isle Where the four leav’d shamrock grows, / Let the English praise their valleys...
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by Gideon, Melville, 1884-1933
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[Verse 1] This so-call’d [so-called] Government we’ve got today / Are cutting down expenses, so they say, / To save a few odd millions more or less / They want to scrap the Navy, do they? Yes! / We know they’re broke – well I’m broke! so are you broke! we're all broke / As we were when Bolling first sail’d [sailed] away; / But we’ve got the men! we've got the ships! what's more, we’ve got the water / And it’s just as wet as in Lord Nelson’s day. So [Chorus 1] Don’t let...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880
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[English] [i] Night of stars, and night of love, / Fall gently o’er [over] the waters, / Heav’n [Heaven] around, below, above, / No more we’ll heed the shore! [ii] Floating thus in silver lights, / Sing on! Oh earth’s fair daughters, / Love had ne’er [never] an hour so bright, / In fabled days of yore [iii] The cadenc'd oar will rhyme / To the measure we sing, / Till even charmed Time, / Fold a moment his wing / Wander on! Till the dawn! Ah! [iv] Night of stars, and night of love, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Fraser-Simson, Harold, 1878-1944
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by Stevens, George
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by Brainard, Charles S.
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by Godard, Benjamin, 1849-1895
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by Ambrose, R. S. (Robert Steele), 1824-1908
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[Verse 1] One sweetly solemn thought / Comes to me o’er [over] and o’er [over], / I am nearer home today / Than I’ve ever been before. / Nearer my Father’s house, / Where the many mansions be; / Nearer the great white throne, / Nearer the crystal sea / Nearer the bounds of life, / Where we lay our burdens down, / Nearer leaving the cross, / Nearer gaining the crown. / But lying darkly between, / Winding adown thro’ [through] the night, / Is the silent, unknown stream, / That leads at...
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by Besly, Maurice
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[i] My Grannie used to say to me / When I was very small, / That she remembered well the day / She went to her first ball, / How in her dress of crinoline she sat from two till eight, / And how through all those hours she wept / For fear she might be late; / But Grandpapa and Grandmama had never even met / When Grandpapa asked Grandmama for the second Minuet. [ii] The hall, she said, was like a dream of blue and gold and red, / And Grandmama was quite the belle / (At least so Grandma said), /...
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by Bruce, Muriel E.
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[Verse 1] Marching, marching thro’ [through] the misty night, / Peering thro’ the dark, longing for a fight, / Tramping, stumbling, on the broken ground / With the tang of battle all around. While at home the busy needles fly, / Knitting with a smile, / Knitting with a sigh, / For their sons, and brothers, / Fathers, lovers, too; / They’re knitting for the soldiers brave and true. [Chorus] Knitting, knitting, knitting, with the Khaki wool and grey, / Mufflers, socks and balaclava caps, /...
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by Lee, Dorothy
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When the twilight of eve dims the sun’s last ray / And the shades of the night gather fast, / There is one fleeting hour that I’ve prayed would stay, / Full of joy and of pain that’s passed. / And perhaps you may know of its wondrous spell, / Its smiles and its bitter tears; / And emotions arise that no words can tell, / As you look back o’er the years. / But that one fleeting hour with its dream is gone, / And the mists of the night slowly rise; / Then ‘tis well to forget and go...
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by Faure, Jean-Baptiste, 1830-1914
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[Verse 1] O’er all the way, green palms and blossom gay / Are strewn today in festal preparation / Where Jesus comes, to wipe our tears away / E’en now the throng to welcome Him prepare [Chorus] Join all and sing / His name declare / Let ev’ry voice resound with acclamation / Hosanna! Praised be the Lord! / Bless Him, who cometh to bring us salvation. [Verse 2] His word goes forth and peoples by His might / Once more regain freedom from degradation / Humanity doth give t each his right /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adamson, John
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[Verse 1] Praise ye the Lord, in the firmament of His pow’r [power] / Praise Him, praise Him according to His greatness / Praise ye the Lord, in the firmament of His pow’r [power] / O Praise Him, praise Him according to His greatness [Verse 2] Praise Him with the sound of trumpet, / Praise Him with high sounding cymbals / Praise Him on the psaltery and harp / Praise Him with the timbrel and with dancing, with timbrel and dancing, with timbrel and dancing, / Praise Him with timbrel and with...
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by Kelly, M. F. (Michael F.), ca. 1882-1916
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[Verse 1] The Empire’s pride, stand side by side, / Upon the battlefield. / Like knights of old, so brave and bold, / The King and Flag to shield. / For each brave heart, will do his part, / For Country and for King, / And gladly go, to meet the foe, / Just hear them proudly sing. [Chorus] By order of the King, (God bless him,) we’ll fight and win or die. / “The Empire and the King,” (God bless him) is the nations [nation’s] cry, / Our countrys [country’s] pride are fighting, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Franck, Csar, 1822-1890
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[English] [i] O Lord most holy, O Lord most mighty, / O loving Father, Thee would we be praising alway [always]. / Help us to know Thee, know Thee and love Thee, / Father, Father, grant us Thy truth and grace; / Father, Father, guide and defend us. [ii] Rule Thou our wilful [willful] hearts, / Keep Thine our wand’ring [wandering] thoughts; / In all our sorrows, let us find our rest in Thee; / And in temptation’s hour, / Save through Thy mighty pow’r [power], / Thine aid O send us; / Hear...
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by La Motte, Theodore
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by Dunn, John
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by Fossier, J. (Julius)
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by Watson, J. Michael
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by Donaldson, Walter, 1893-1947
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[Verse 1] I saw a lot of little birds today / Getting set to fly away / Fly away and stay away down south / wish I were a little birdie, too / Just to have a little bird’s-eye view / Of a place I knew away down south. [Chorus] What I’d do for a bird’s-eye view of a place I knew where the sun-flow’rs grew / Just a bird’s-eye view of my old Kentucky home / What I’d do for a postal card or a picture card of the old back yeard and the golden rod in my old Kentucky home. [Patter] If my...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adams, Stephen, 1844-1913
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[Verse 1] Last night I lay asleeping, / There came a dream so fair; / I stood in old Jerusalem, / Beside the temple there; / I heard the children singing, / And ever as they sang, / Me thought the voice of Angels / From Heav’n [Heaven] in answer rang, / Me thought the voice of Angels / From Heav’n [Heaven] in answer rang, / “Jerusalem! Jerusalem, / Lift up your gates and sing / Hosanna in the highest, / Hosanna to your King! [Verse 2] And then me thought my dream was chang’d [changed],...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Knapp, Phoebe Palmer, 1839-1908
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[Introduction] Open, Open, Open the gates of the Temple, / Open the gates of the Temple. [Verse 1] Open the gates of the Temple, / Strew palms on the Conqueror’s way, / Open your hearts O ye people, / That Jesus may enter today. / Hark! From the sick and the dying, / Forgetting their couches of pain. / Voices, glad votes with rapture / Are swelling, are swelling, are swelling a glad refrain. / Voices, glad voices with rapture / Are swelling, a glad, a glad refrain. [Verse 2] Open the gates of...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Rossi, L.F.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Czerny, Carl, 1791-1857
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by Davis, M. Gillmor
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[Verse 1] In the shadows of the gloaming / Oft in fancy back we roam / In the dim and quiet twilight / Oft we think of childhood’s home / And the garden where the roses / Bloom’d so sweet in June’s fair hours [.] / Oft in fancy now we wander / ‘Neath the verdant leafy bow’rs [.] [Chorus] Back thro’ years of joy and sorrow / To the friends we had to part / Fancy brings again the homestead / That lies green within the heart. [Verse 2] Glance we at the open windows / As we gently pass...
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by Thompson, Gordon Vincent, 1888-1965
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864
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Advisory: Please be aware that the lyrics of this song include historical terms and phrases that are offensive. They have been transcribed directly from the published sheet music to ensure that these attitudes are not omitted from the historical record. [Verse 1] The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home, / ‘Tis summer; the darkies are gay, / The corn top’s ripe and the meadow’s in the bloom, / While the birds make music all the day. / The young folks roll on the little cabin floor,...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Fax, James
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[Verse 1] With unbounded love for Canada, we sing a song of praise; / For her hills and valleys beautiful, and radiant golden days; / Every rippling lake and rivulet, and every mountain dome; / Combines to lift our hearts in pride of the land that we call home. / We prize the past achievements, of the dauntless race of men, / Who have toiled and made thee famous, with ploughshare, axe, and pen, / We revere thy daughters, Canada, who strive to prove thy worth, / By making thee in very truth a...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Deppen, Jessie L., 1881-1956
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[Verse 1] Why should we take the promises tomorrow may not pay / When we can have the happiness, that crowds our lives today? [Refrain] In the garden of tomorrow, will the roses be more fair? / Will we find relief from the sorrow, will there be more sunshine there? / For each flower that will blossom, some will die and fade away, / Oh! I’d so much rather, all my flow’rs [flowers] gather / From the gardens of today. [Verse 2] In all the gardens of the world, There is no other flow’r...
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by Ham, Albert, 1858-1940
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Over the broken dead, / Over the trenches and wire, / Bugles of God rang out, “cease fire.” / Woe to the nations of men, / Who, in their heat or desire, / Brak [sic] that stern order of God, / “Cease fire."
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[Verse 1] John Anderson, my Jo, John, / When nature first began, / To try her canny hand John, / Her master work was man; / And you amang’ them a’, John. / Sae trig’ from top to toe, / She prov’d to be nae journey work, / John Anderson, my Jo. [Verse 2] John Anderson my Jo, John, / Ye were my first conceit / I think nae shame to own, John. / I lo’ed you ear’ and late, / They say ye’re turning auld, John, / An’ what tho’ it be so, / Ye’re aye the same kind mand to me, / John,...
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by Thompson, Gordon Vincent, 1888-1965
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[Verse 1] When the Angel of Death shall summon me / My earthly home to leave, / Should the fears of the grave e’er come to me, / Should my heart for a moment grieve? / When his voice shall resound from without the deep / And call me at last from my latest sleep; / When he points with his hand to that long promised land / Will I trust him and firmly believe / When the [Chorus] Angel of Death shall call for me, / And take me away from here / I shall be ready to hear his voice; / my soul hath...
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by Stuart, D.
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[Verse 1] Dear Marjorie! / My love to thee I’m telling, / A vision bright, / In my poor heart you’re dwelling, / Dearest to me! / Love ecstasy, / I long for thee! / I long for thee! [Chorus] Dear Marjorie! / Dearest to me! / The fairest flow’r, / In Cupid’s bow’r, / Thy love is all to me! / Ah! Marjorie! / My heart is waiting for thee! / Come, Marjorie! / For thou art all in all to me! [Verse 2] Fair Marjorie! / My love is only thine! / Let me enclose, / Your dear heart in mine; Dear...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Tamblyn, Bertha Louise
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Last night I did’nt eat up my crust, / I poked it in under my plate, / I thought that no one could find it there, / But when it grew dark and late, / And I was in bed all cover’d up tight, / All cover’d but just my head, / I saw that same old crust, I did, / Come walking up over my bed / He’d two long legs and great big eyes, / And he grinned! and he said to me / “I’m the crust, you poked in under your plate, / You could’nt hide me you see / You must never, never, never do that...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Wilson, Grenville Dean, 1833-1897
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by Christy, Edwin Pearce, 1815-1862
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[Verse 1] Way down upon de Swanee Ribber / Far, far away/ Dar’s wha my heart is turning ebber / Dere’s wha de old folks stay. / all up and down de whole creation / Sadly I roam / Still longing for de old plantation / And for de old folks at home. [Chorus] All de world am sad and dreary / evry where I roam / Oh! Darkeys how my heart grows weary / Far from de old folks at home. [Verse 2] All round de little farm I wandered When I was young / Den many happy days I squandered Many de songs I...
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by Chandler, Gus
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"The Morning Wind": [i] The morning wind is wooing me, / Her lips have swept my brow. / Was ever dawn so sweet before? / The land so fair as now? / The wanderlust is luring / To wherever roads may lead . / While yet the dew is on the hedge; / So how can I but heed? [ii] The forest whispers of its shade, / Of haunts where we have been, / And where may friends be better made / Than under God’s green inn? / Your mouth is warm and laughing, / And your voice is calling low, / While yet...
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by Canadian Academy of Music and Toronto College of Music
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by Franck, Csar, 1822-1890
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[Verse 1] Fighting for right for the cause that is true. / Fighting the foe our great duty to do, / What though the vict’ries [victories] be many or few. / Are we downhearted? No! / Soon we shall come with the conqueror’s shout, / Leaving the issue no longer in doubt / Having completed the enemy’s rout, / Are we downhearted? No! No! No! [Chorus] Are we downhearted? No, no, no! / Are we downhearted? No, no, no! / Troubles may come and troubles may go, / Still we keep smiling, come weal or...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
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[Verse 1] [Bass solo] When I survey the wondrous Cross / On which the Prince of Glory died, / My richest gain I count but loss, / And pour contempt on all my pride. / And pour contempt on all my pride. / [SATB] And pour contempt on all my pride. / [Bass solo] Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast / Save in the Cross of Christ, my God; / All the vain things that charm me most, / I sacrifice them to His Blood. / I sacrifice them to His Blood. / [SATB] I sacrifice them to His Blood. [Verse 2] [Bass...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Manley, Morris, fl. 1900-1920
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[Verse 1] A little girl sat yearning while children were at play, / Her heart was filled with sorrow though others light and gay / A strange man then ap[p]roached her and said what makes you sad, / The little one began to cry and said I want my dad. [Chorus] I want my Daddy I’m alone as I can be / I want my dear old Dad tho’ he’s far away from me / When I kissed him as we parted / There was a tear drop in his eye / Good luck to the boys of the Allies / We sang, then we said goodbye....
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Ave Maria, Hear my cry / O guide my parth where no harm nigh. / O turn thy heart to earth and see / my longely heart and comfort me! / Mother, see my tears are falling. / Thou hast also sorrow known, / Life ah it is so dreary, my heart it is so weary, / Ah leave me not alone! / O Mother, hear me in the lights, / Look down on me my comfort be / And guide my steps a right! / O Mother, hear me, where thou art / And guard and guide my aching heart.
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[Solo] When morning gilds the skies / my soul awaking cries. / May Jesus Christ be praised / Alike in work and prayer / to Jesus I repair / May Christ be praised, / May Jesus Christ be praised / To the almighty God above / I cry with glowing love / May Jesus Christ be praised. / May Christ be praised. / This song of sacred joy / it never seems to cloy / May Jesus Christ be praised, / Christ be praised. [SATB] Does sadness fill my breast? / A solace here I find / May Jesus Christ be praised. /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Stalter, Jennie M.
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[Verse 1] Sunset and Evening Star, / And one clear call, for me. / And may there be no moaning of the Bar, when I put out to sea, / For such a tide as moving seems asleep / Too deep for sound or foam / When that which drew from-out the boundless deep, / Turns again Home. [Verse 2] Twilight and Evening Bell, / And after that the dark, / And may there be no sadness of farewell when I embark. / For tho’ from-out our bourne of time and place, / The flood may bear me far. / I hope to see my Pilot...
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by Brewster, Louie
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[Verse 1] Let the air blow in upon me, / Let me see the midnight sky, / Stand back, sisters from around me: / God! it is so hard to die! / Raise the pillow up, oh, Martha, / sister Martha, you were kind; / Come and stand alone beside me, / Ere I leave you all behind. [Verse 1 [ie 2]] Hold my hand, so cold and frozen; / Once it was so soft and white, / And this ring, that falls down from it, / Clasped my finger round so tight. / Little ring they thought so worthless, / That they let me keep it...
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by Murchison, Kenneth M.
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[Verse 1] Moonlight dear without peer, / Loveliest of all your race; / May it be that for me, / In your heart you’ve kept a place, / When tonight stars are bright, / Meet me in the shady dell; / There we’ll stray far away, / To the land were fairies dwell. [Chorus] Moonlight, won’t you meet me in the spoonlight, / When stars are peeping their night watch keeping, together Moonlight, / We will wander in the June light, just you and me dear, my own Moonlight. [Verse 2] Whisper do, I love...
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by Bennett, William Sterndale, Sir, 1816-1875
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[i] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him. [ii] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him, / to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
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by Watts, George A.
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by Taube, M.
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[Verse 1] I hear the bugle sounding, / The rapid fire of guns, / We hear the cries of agony, / The battle has begun, / We hear the Gen’rals voice ring out / In accents loud and clear, / “Charge them boys with bay’nets fixed” / The summit we must clear. / ‘Tis the flag of dear old England / We’re fighting for to save, / A Briton is a free man, / And never shall be slaves. [Chorus] Then we’ll all join in and praise the men of war, / A soldier, or a sailor, or a little drummer boy, /...
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by Stuart, Leslie, 1864-1928
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[Verse 1] Britons once did loyally declaim / About the way we rul’d the waves; / Ev’ry Briton’s song was just the same, / When singing of our soldier braves, / All the world had heard it, wonder’d shy we sang, / And some have learn’d the reason why. / But we’re forgetting it, / And we’re letting it / Fade away and gradually die, / Fade away and gradually die. / So when we say that England’s master, / Remember who has made her so. [Chorus] It’s the Soldiers of the King, my...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Peter, C. (Carl), b. 1866
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by Harrison, Charles, 1883-1955
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[Verse] Though England’s foes may assail her, / Though the war clouds hang around, / Still the bright sun smiles / O’er Britain’s Isles, / For friends in need She’s found. / From India’s strand / To Baffin’s land / They have answered the Empire’s call; / For we can’t turn our back / On the old Union Jack, / The best old flag of all. [Chorus] Then give three cheers, / Three British cheers / For the old Red, White and Blue. / Let the world all know / That Britain’s foe / Is...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Fisher, Arthur Elwell, fl. 1890
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by Hall, Robert Browne, 1858-1907
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