The Battle Cry

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Editor: H. S. Taylor, J. B. Herbert
Publisher: Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati, Oh., 1887
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d1A cruel old King from a castle strong
d2A swelling wave of temperance song
d3Along in November, when chill
d4Arouse, ye sons of temperance
d5Barren waters sometimes mock
d6Brave Haddock has gone to his rest
d7Bring the brave drum out
d8Call the little children
d9Can we help the cause along
d10Clarkson and Dudley
d11Clear the track
d12Come and listen my boys
d13Courage, friends, the lust of blindness
d14Dare to be [do] right, dare to be true
d15For God and home and native land, O words of blending
d16Forward, soldiers, fight
d17Good folks listen to a man
d18Have you met the artful dodger
d19Huzza, huzza
d20I am a brave distillery
d21I asked of my conscience to give
d22I remember well a cottage
d23I used to like a social drink
d24I'm a temperance fanatic
d25I'm a temperance man, I will do what I can
d26I'm always very sorry for a drinking man
d27In the land of freedom's choice
d28Join loud and long
d29Joyful sounds from vale and mountain
d30Ladies and gentlemen, listen to my song
d31Look up O prodigal
d32Many people have a notion
d33Mourn for the thousands slain
d34No surrender, pass the word, For the ocnflict quickly gird
d35O barley-corn Johnny, yez played me
d36O brothers, sisters
d37O come along, we'll sing
d38O de Brewer's big hosses, comin' down de road
d39O, fair is the vision that greets me
d40O fling out the banner
d41O Gineral Moses
d42O Kizer, Kizer is my name
d43O land of our glory, rise, rise in thy might
d44O mister brewer man, what you gwine to do
d45O temperance men, we're Americans
d46O the sorrow and the woe
d47O who will stand for the Fatherland
d48On the ocean of life
d49Onward the cause is moving
d50Our cause shall on and upward go
d51Prohibition's comin'
d52Said the deacon Bedott
d53Said the secretary of state
d54Silvery fountain, dear to the sight
d55Sing a song of sixpence
d56Sisters, arise
d57Sleeping on the maintop
d58Stand, stand by your guns
d59Take a drink no not I
d60Take the step
d61The bells, the bells, the temperance bells
d62The bonds of the ages are breaking
d63The emerald breast of the great green west
d64The flowers swim at the top
d65The home and the saloon are cut
d66The land the pilgrims sought for
d67The light of truth is breaking
d68The lines are drawn and we're prepared
d69The signs are improving
d70The state of Maine was first to sing
d71The temperance ark is just about
d72There is trouble abroad
d73There's a good old road
d74There's a patient little woman here below
d75There's a rod above the ocean
d76There's an adder in the cup
d77Think when you raise the wine glass
d78Time is flying, flying
d79To Ophrah's oak an angel came
d80Truth is enlisting us
d81Two voters went down to the polls
d82We have met rum's grim Apollyo
d83We have struck, neighbor Lee
d84We praise thee, O God (Taylor)
d85We will stand side by side
d86What are a freeman's rights today
d87What's all the stir, neighbor
d88When Moses led the Hebrews out
d89When the hours are dark and drear
d90When the very heavens shudder
d91Whiskey steals the wise man's brains
d92With the help of Christ
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