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The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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War Song. By Alexander B. Meek. Would' at them have my love thee dearest With a woman's proud at heart, Which shall ever hold thee nearest Shrined in its in most heart? Listen, then! my country's calling On her sons to meet the feet Leave these grover of ross and myrtie; Drop the dre my harpe love; Live young Korser, scorn the forde, When the eagle screams above. Dost thou pause? Let Lolard daily-- Do thou for thy country fight! Neath her noble emblem rally-- "God our country, and her right!" Listen I now her trumpet's calling On her sentiment to her foe! Woman a heart, soft and tender, But proud and faithful, too, Shall she be her land's defender? Lover! soldier! up and do? Setze thy father's ancient falchion, Which once finished any cedom's star! Till sweet place — the bow and started the stormy strife of war! Listen ! now thy country's calling On her sour to meet her foe! Sweet is love in moonlight bower! sweet is the altar and the flame! Sweet is springti