I'm Going to Fight Mit Sigel

Published by Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort, St., N.Y.

I’m Going To Fight Mit Sigel.

I’ve come shust now to tells you how
I goes mit regimentals;
To schlauch dem voes of liberty
Like dem old Continentals,
Vot fight mit England long ago
To save the Yankee Eagle,
Un now I gets mine sojer clothes,
I’m going to fight mit Sigel.

Ven I comes from de Deutsche countree,
I works somedimes at baking.
Den I keeps a larger bier saloon,
Un den I goes shoemaking;
But now I vas a sojer been
To save the Yankee Eagle,
To schlauch dem tam secession volks,
I’m going to fight mit Sigel.

I gets ein tam big rifle guns,
Un puts him to mine shoulder,
Den march so bold, like a big jack horse,
Un may been someding bolder;
I goes off mit de volunteers,
To save de Yankee Eagle,
To give dem rebel vellers fits,
I’m going to fight mit Sigel.

Dem Deutschen man’s mit Sigel’s band,
At fighting have no rival,
Un ven Cheff Davis’ mens ve meet
Ve schlauch ‘em like de duyvil:
Dere’s only von ting vot I fear,
Von pattling for de Eagle,
I vont get not no lager bier,
Ven I goes to fight mit Sigel.

For rations, dey gives salty pork.
I dinks dat was a great sell,
I better likes de sour krout,
De switzer kase un pretzel.
If “Liddle Mac” vill give us dem,
Ve’ll save de Yankee Eagle:
Un I’ll put mine vrou in breechalons,
To go un fight mit Sigel.

500 Illustrated Ballads, lithographed and printed by CHARLES MAGNUS, No. 12 Frankfort Street, New York.

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