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His gallant bark shall bear thee safe
Far-o'er the deep blue sea;
The storm bird sleeps upon the rocks
She comes, she comes, with trembling steps,
Oh! happy shall we be,
THE GIPSEY GIRL'S APPEAL.
I dream'd that I dwelt in marble halls, With vassals and serfs at my side, And of all who assembled within those
That I was the hope and pride.
I had riches too great to count, could boast
Of a high ancestral name;
And I also dreamed, which charm'd me
That you lov'd me still the same
I dream'd that suitors besought my hand,
That knights upon ben led knee, And with vows, no maiden heart could withstand,
That they pledged their faith to ine
And I dream'd that one of this noble host,
Came forth my hand to claim; Yet I also dream'd which charm'd me
That you loved still the same.
THE OLD GRANITE STATE
We have come from the mountains,
We have left our aged parents, (Repeat. In the old Granite State;
We obtained their blessing, (Repeat.) And we blessed them in return; Good old-fashioned singers, (Repeat.) They can make the air resound.
We have eight other brothers,
Yes, while the air is ringing,
'Tis the tribe of Jesse,
David, Noah, Andrew, Zeppy
With our native mountain song;
We're the sons of Mary,
With our native mountain song.
We shall whittle, through the world And by prudent guessing,
We shall whittle through the world.
We are all real Yankees,
And by prudent guessing,
We are all Washingtonians,
We are all teetotalers
And have signed the temperance
We are all teetotalers, (Repeat.)
Shall rebound the loud hurrah'
Like our sires before us,
Shall rebound the loud hurrah!
THE FAIR LAND OF POLAND.
WHEN the fair land of Poland was ploughed by the hoof
Of the ruthless invader-when might With steel to the bosom, and fire to the roof, Completed her triumph o'er right: