Cornelius' Prohibition Songs

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Editor: R. H. Cornelius
Publisher: R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex., 1911
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d1Are you building on the sand
d2Are you sailing on the good ship prohibition
d3At miodnight a mother sat weeping alone
d4By the cradle slowly rocking
d5Come with hearts and voices now and sing
d6For my dear boy, I am praying
d7For our sakes, we plead today
d8Hark, the battle cry is sounding
d9Have you seen the poor, weak drunkard
d10Hurrah, hurrah, we'll up tip the bar
d11I saw a mighty army
d12If your soul has been redeemed
d13It's been tried by Maine and Kansas
d14My countrymen, how sad to think
d15On one side or on the other
d16Somebody voted to ruin my boy
d17Somebody's boy is going down
d18Than hated slavery's reign of wrong
d19The salooncrat is in the land
d20There comes the sound of wailing in the night
d21There is strife throughout our nation
d22There is whiskey in that glass
d23There's one thing that we all know
d24Think when you see the poor drunkard
d25This is our prohibition cry
d26Though hard the battle to be fought
d27Thousands of drunkards are going each year
d28We are temperance soldiers
d29We're a prohibition band
d30We're in a fight we know is right
d31Where are the days when demijohns were free
d32Ye faithful friends of our noble cause
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