The songs of England [music] : a collection of 200 English melodies, including t...


The songs of England [music] : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries v.2.


Royal ed.


Hatton, J. L.

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Contents: All things love thee, so do I Amo, Amas, I love a lass And has she then fail'd in her truth? Banks of the blue Moselle Beautiful maid Bee proffers honey but bears a sting Bird of the wilderness Breaking of the day Bring me, boy a bowl of wine By dimpled brook By the gaily circling glass Come live with me, and be my love Come where the aspens quiver Come you not from Newcastle? County Guy Crabbed age and youth Cupid's Garden Dulce Domum Ere around the huge oak Faint and wearily Follow, follow over mountain Flowing bowl Fly away, pretty moth Fresh and strong the breeze is bowing From Oberon in fairyland Garden Gate Haste to the wedding Heart should be happy and morry He loves, and rides away He was famed for deeds of arms High-mettled Racer How stands the glass around? Hunt is up Huntsman, rest I remember, I remeber Isle of beauty Is there a heart that never lov'd? Jack Rattlin Julia to the wood-robin Just like love is yonder rose Kiss, dear maid Lass that loves a Sailor Let Fame sound the trumpet Little love is mischievous boy Love me little, love me long Love's Ritornella Love will find out the way May we ne'er want a friend MIlking pail Minstrel's request Mountain Maid My boat is on the shore My dog and my gun My friend and pitcher My heart with love is beating No more by sorrow O give me but my Arab steed Old Commodore Old Towler Oh! 'tis the melody On, bye the spur of valour goaded Our Country is our Ship Philida flouts me Poacher Poor Jack Poor Joe, the marine Queen of May Rest, warrior, rest Rose ha dbeen washed Rose of the valley Said a smile to a Tear Sapling oak Since first I saw your face Soldier's adieu Soldier's dream Southerly wind and a cloudy sky Stand to your guns Storm Sun is o'er the mountain Sweet day, so cool Thine am I, my faithful fair Thou soft-flowing Avon 'Tis but Fancy's sketch Titania's Song Tobacco is an Indian weed To-morrow Tom Starboard To the Maypole away To the Maypole haste away True Courage We be three poor Mariners Well there is in the West country When pensive I thought of my love When that I was a little tiny boy Who deeply drinks of wine Will watch Woodman Yarico to her lover You gentlemen of England.

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Songs, English

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Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

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784.4 HAT

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