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BELLE OF BALTIMORE. As swng- by Campbell's Min»tr<'i&.
I've been through Carolina-,
I've been to Tennisse, .» ^^ „'~*cS
I've frabelled Mississippi,
For Massa set me free. Fve kissed the lovely Creole,
On Louisiana shore,
But 1 never found a gal to match
De blooming Belle of Baltimore,
V/iorvs.—Oh, Boys, Belle's a beauty,
Eyes so bright and cheeks so sooty*
No gal I ever seen before,
So, sweet as Belie of Baltimore,
My Belle is tall and slender,
And sings so very clear, You'd think-she was an owlingale,
If or.ee her voice youM hear, a walked down to her rabbin.
And I rapped agin de door; i went to gib my dagartype,
To my sweet BeUe of Baltimore.
Oh, boys, Belle's a beauty &e.
1 found her by the riber,
My errant 1 did tell, Ses she, you g«y deceiber,
Your tricks I know too well,