Prohibition Bells and Songs of the New Crusade: for Temperance Organizations, Reform Clubs, Prohibition Camps, and Political Campaigns

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Editor: The Silver Lake Quartette
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls, New York, 1888
Language: English
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1The Bells are ringing through the landPage Scan
2We will shout our loud hosannasPage Scan
3I saw a Christian, a Temperance manPage Scan
4They are drifting away on the sea of lifePage Scan
5Gambrinus is King, he sits on his thronePage Scan
6Friend saloonist, I'm a-thinkin'Page Scan
7Sound the tocsin, beat the drumPage Scan
8Lo! the order has been heardPage Scan
9Listen! 'tis the roll call drumPage Scan
10We belong to the army of cranksPage Scan
11We are marshalled for the fight, we are eager for the frayPage Scan
12Do you hear the bells a-ringing?Page Scan
13Oh, Darkies, don't you hear de soundPage Scan
14Oh, I'm a Temp'rance DodgerPage Scan
15We've entered in this flightPage Scan
16In a hovel dark and drear, bends a mother pale with fearPage Scan
17There's a grand old cause, and we call it RightPage Scan
18Hear the millions marching forthPage Scan
19Brave men of blue, brave men of grayPage Scan
20Two old parties see! they comePage Scan
21There is a stir throughout the landPage Scan
22We stand for home, we stand for truthPage Scan
23He comes, the hero, on his wayPage Scan
24Say, neighbors, have you seen old RummiePage Scan
25Men who won the battlesPage Scan
26Cheers for the Veteran, comradesPage Scan
27Look around, brethren! tell us what you seePage Scan
28We're recruiting up an army for the causePage Scan
29Throughout the land, On every handPage Scan
30The liquor traffic in our landPage Scan
31One godly morn a babe was bornPage Scan
32Arise! ye Prohibition hostsPage Scan
33Hark! a voice of mighty importPage Scan
34Onward, men of faith and couragePage Scan
35The Grand Old Party was in a sad plightPage Scan
36Old party politicians; We've trusted you to doPage Scan
37We are coming from the mountainPage Scan
38What, what, what, tho' small the cloud arosePage Scan
39These Cranks will be the death of usPage Scan
40See the people turning outPage Scan
41Columbia's hope is founded on the manhood of her sonsPage Scan
42Come, ye Christian fathers, who've been praying for the RightPage Scan
43Behold, the day of promise comesPage Scan
44The good old party wagons in which we used to ridePage Scan
45The clouds of wrong begin to breakPage Scan
46We have lifted up our banner in a just and rightteous causePage Scan
47O Blaine, of Maine, Has a new refrainPage Scan
48Oh, de whiskey snake, so mighty boldPage Scan
49Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's early lightPage Scan
50There's a murmur in the distance, every hour it louder growsPage Scan
51Come and gather round, my friends! Page Scan
52Praise God from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
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