Complete Melodeon Instructor - online book

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Farewell, father, thou art smiling,
Yet there's sadness on thy brow, Winning me from that beguiling
Tenderness to which I go ; Farewell, father, thou didst bless me,
Ere my lips thy name could tell, He may wound, who can caress me,
Father, guardian, fare thee well.
Farewell, sister, thou art twining
Round me in affection deep, Wishing joy, but ne'er divining,
Why a " blessed bride " should weep Farewell, brave and gentle brother,
Thou more dear than words can tell. Father, mother, sister, brother,
All belov'd ones, fare ye well.
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