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the popular heart is beating time, the following paraphrase of a few stanzas of Aytoun's Scottish Cavalier, which may be sung to the familiar tune of The old English gentleman, may do a little service by way of relief.] Come, listen to another song That shall make your heart beat high, Bring the crimson to your forehead, And the lustre to your eye; A song of the days of old, Of the years that have long gone by, And of the yeomen stout and bold, As e'er wore sword on thigh. Of the brave old Yankee We use the term “Yankee” in the sense in which the South uses it, as synonymous with “Free-State men.” yeomen Of the days of Seventy-six! For when the news was spread abroad, The struggle had begun, Far over all our Northern hills They started up as one; And from many a farm and workshop, Ere the setting of the sun, They watered with their sacred blood The field of Lexington. The true old Yankee yeomen Of the days of Seventy-six! They were the first to bend the knee When the standard