The Temperance Harp

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Editor: A. Bensel
Publisher: Burnett & Allen, New York, N.Y., 1842
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d1A drunkard was sleeping
d2Awake from your slumbers, ye mortals
d3Come back to this bosom
d4Come, firemen and brothers, awake
d5Come, firemen, follow the fashion
d6Come, firemen, join our ranks
d7Come let us join and gaily sing
d8Eighteen has led the van
d9Farewell, a long farewell to rum
d10Farewell, farewell, thou dark spirit
d11Farewell now to sprees and rambles
d12Hail to the cause
d13Here we meet no more to part
d14Huzza, sixteen has come at last
d15I gush from the fountain
d16I'll sing you a bit of a ditty
d17Let those who groan in deep despair
d18Mid charnels and pest houses
d19O say, can you see through the dark
d20O swiftly spreads the lurid flame
d21O temperance, temperance
d22O the days are gone when ruby wine
d23O thou whose never sleeping eye
d24O thou whose watchful spirit never
d25See Fifteen comes with heart and hand
d26The banner of temperance invites
d27The dream of the drunkard is past
d28The last chain is broken
d29The Washington boys are playing the dickens
d30Union eighteen led on the van
d31Welcome brave Five to the ranks of the free
d32What sound of sweet music is heard
d33When first I saw the gleaming crest
d34When in the night, the skies grow bright
d35When the goddess of liberty came from above
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