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Song of the Southern "Rebels."air--Dizte. words by R. O. Davidson, private Company E, 11th Mississippi Regiment. [Copyright Secured.] in to pay turvy Yankeedom. Whence worthless arts and isms come-- Beware, take care in humbug land; the tricky mode full-well prevails, where rulers rise by splitting rails-- Beware take care in humbug land-- where progress backwards goes apace-- Beware! take care! and blacks and whites are all one race-- Beware in humbug land. the North engulfed in moral night-- the South resumes her ancient right-- Hurrah Hurrah for Dixie's land. II. in muffed clear by railroad run, "Old Abe" speaks into Washington-- Beware, take care in humbug land; Shonts--"save our flag"--and soldiers come, with bugle notes and fife and drum-- Beware, take care in humbug land; Bess hirelings from sinks and jails-- Beware, take care.-- dare freedom's land and pow'r as all-- Beware in humbug land: all of one mind, the South unite. and whip the North in every fig