The Social Lyrist: a Collection of Sentimental, Patriotic and Pious Songs

Editor: J. H. Hickok
Publisher: W. Orville Hickok, Harrisburg, Penn., 1840
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d1Adieu, ye streams that smoothly glide
d2Alone to the banks of the darkrolling Danube
d3An alien from God, and a stranger to grace
d4Come, arouse thee, arouse thee, my brave Swiss boy
d5Come, gentle sleep, these eyelids close
d6Come, rest in this bosom
d7Dark night away hath rolled
d8Faintly as tolls the evening chime
d9Flow on, thou shining river, but ere thou reach
d10Friendship to every willing mind
d11Hail, Columbia, happy land
d12Hark, ye neighbors, and hear me tell
d13I hear thee speak of the better land
d14Life let us cherish while yet the taper glows
d15March to battle field
d16Merrily every bosom boundeth
d17My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d18O say can you see by the dawn's early light
d19Oft in the stilly night, Ere slumber's chain
d20See, brothers, see, how the night comes on
d21See, Christian, see how time steals on
d22The flaunting flag of liberty
d23The rose that all are praising is not the rose for me
d24The scene was more beautiful far to my [the] eye
d25The sun sets at night
d26There is a tear of sweet relief
d27There is an hour of peaceful rest
d28This world is all a fleeting show
d29Upon the hill he turned
d30When I look o'er the waste of years
d31When shall we three meet again
d32Why, ah why, my heart, this sadness
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