Song of Many Songs


Johnson & Co. Song Publishers, 18 N. 10th St. Phila.

Song of Many Songs.

“Hosanna,” “Hallelujah,” “There’s Music in the Air,”
“All Hail to the Chief,” “The Gay Cavalier,”
“The Star Spangled Banner,” “The Song of Liberty,”
“Sweet Rose of Carolina,” “The Bell of Tennessee.”
“Yellow Rose of Texas,” “False One I Love thee still,”
“ ’Tis Sad to leave our Fatherland,” “That’s so,” “Nancy Till,”
“Let us Live with a Hope,” “Mary of the Wild Moor,”
“My Heart’s in Old Ireland,” cried “Rory O’ Moore.”

“We are Coming Father Abram,” “When this Cruel War is o’er,”
“With many Songs to greet you,” “Bythe Sad Potomac Shore,”
“ ’Tis better to be singing than sighing,” “Ida May,”
“O ring Merry Bells,” “Tis Independence Day.”
“I’m a merry Laughing Girl,” “Gay and Happy,” “Nettie Moore,”
With “Jockey Hat and Feather,” and “The Ring my Mother Wore,”
“My Johnny’s marching Home,” to the “Volunteer’s Recall,”
So “We’ll have a Dance to-night,” at “Mr. Lanigan’s Ball.”

“I have something sweet to tell you,” well “Dinah blow yaur Horn,”
“Come gather round the Hearth,’ “The Cot where I was Born,”
“Nelly wants to Marry,” “I wish he would decide,”
“Joys what we have tasted,” “Sweep O,” “Kitty Clyde.”
“Rip Tare my Johnny,” “Blow on,” “Mary Blane,”
“Listen to the Mocking Bird,” that Yellow “Effie Lane,”
“Remember Love, Remember,” “My Skiff is by the Shore,”
“Good Night,” “Pretty Sallie,” “I am off for Baltimore.”

“I’m afloat,” “Down the River,” now “Row, Brothers, Row,”
“There’s room enough for all,” “Way down in Cairo,”
“Now Hoist up the Flag,” “The four and thirty Stars,”
“Hail to the Union,” “Kissing through the Bars.”
“Brave Sons of Columbia,” “We’ll have the Union still,”
“Daughters of America,” O Sing with a will,—
“E Pluribus Unum,” “For a Hundred Years to come,”
“Glory Hallelujah,” to the Name of Washington.

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