American Old Time Song Lyrics: 11 Thou Art Gone, But Not Forgotten

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Thou Art Gone, But Not Forgotten.
Copyright, 1882, by Wm. J. A. Lieder.

Thou art gone, but not forgotten,
We shall see thy form no more;
Thou hast crossed, the mighty river,
To that bright celestial shore.
We have now a chair that's vacant.
And no smiling face we see;
Thou art gone, but not forgotten,
We will always think of thee.

Chorus.
Thou hast left us broken-hearted,
But from trouble thou art free;
Thou art gone, but not forgotten,
We will always think of thee.

Thou art gone, but not forgotten,
Thou hast left us here to mourn;
From our circle now we miss thee,
We're dejected and forlorn.
We shall keep thy mem'ry sacred,
And shall speak thy praise with glee;
Thou art gone, but not forgotten,
We will always think of thee.-Chorus
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