Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Annie Laurie” in chapter 1.27 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
We parade in our new uniforms, and the people weep and cheer.
That night we spend in serenading.
The spring dawn finds us singing before the old Exchange Hotel, in Main Street. We are singing Annie Laurie .
Suddenly, through the morning air, rings out the cry, Fall in men!
The Mountain Rifles marched away.
The flag blew free in the morning wind.
The band played The Girl I Left Behind Me. When...
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