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Southern War Songs Camp-Fire, Patriotic & Sentimental, Contents & Page Numbers.
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|Front Cover Frontispiece - Illustration -Flags Title Page Copyright Notice PREFACE LIST OF ENGRAVINGS. LIST OF ENGRAVINGS God save the South - 0101 Page - 0102 Page - 0103 Sons of the South awake to glory. - 0104 Page - 0105 Oh ! say can you see through the gloom and the storms - 0106 I wish I was in de land o' cotton - 0107 You can never win us back, - 0108 Page - 0109 It vos in Ni Orleans City - 0110 Page - 0111 A nation has sprung into life - 0112 Page - 0113 Whoop ! the Doodles have broken loose - 0114 Yankee Doodle had a mind - 0115 Page - 0116 Ye men of Alabama - 0117 Page - 0118 Sons of the South ! from hill and dale - 0119 Would'st thou have me love thee, dearest - 0120 Page - 0121 The shades of night were falling fast. - 0122 Page - 0123 Southern men, unsheathe the sword. - 0124 Page - 0125 Now rouse ye, gallant comrades ail - 0126 King Abraham is very sick, - 0127 You are going to leave me, darling - 0128 Kneel, ye Southrons, kneel and swear - 0129 When clouds of oppression o'ershaded - 0130 We are a band of brothers, and native to the soil - 0131 Page - 0132 Up, up with the banner, the foe is before us - 0133 Page - 0134 Countrymen of Washington - 0135 Away down South in de fields of cotton - 0136 Weep, Louisiana, weep! thy gallant dead - 0137 At Bull Run, when the sun was low - 0138 Hurrah ! for the Southern confederate State ... - 0139 Come, brothers ! rally for the right - 0140 While crimson drops our hearth-stones stain - 0141 My love reposes on a rosewood frame - 0142 Page - 0143 Page - 0144 Ye men 01 Southern hearts and feeling - 0145 Sons of the South, beware the foe. - 0146 Page - 0147 States of the South ! confederate land. - 0148 The boys down South in Dixie's Land, - 0149 Page - 0150 Arise I Arise ! with main and might - 0151 Knitting for the soldiers - 0152 Page - 0153 Page - 0154 Rise, rise, mountain and valley men - 0155 We have ridden from the brave southwest - 0156 The foe ! the foe! They come ! they come ! - 0157 Page - 0158 Halt! the march is over - 0159 Missouri is the pride of the Nation - 0160 Come ! come ! come - 0161 All quiet along the Potomac to-night.., - 0162 Page - 0163 Page - 0164 Oh ! Freedom is a blessed thing - 0165 I come from old Manassas, with a pocket full of fun - 0166 Page - 0167 Oh ! Dixie, the land of King Cotton - 0168 Bob Roebuck is my sweetheart's name - 0169 Page - 0170 Rebel is a sacred name - 0171 Page - 0172 Our flag is unfurl'd and our arms flash bright - 0173 Sitting by the roadside on a Summer day - 0174 Page - 0175 To arms ! oh ! men in all our Southern clime - 0176 Aha ! a song for the trumpet's tongue - 0177 I'll sing you a song of the South's sunny clime - 0178 Page - 0179 We leave our pleasant homesteads - 0180 Oh ! yes, I am a Southern girl. - 0181 Page - 0182 Page - 0183 Page - 0184 The hour was sad I left the maid, - 0185 Is there any news of the war? she said - 0186 Page - 0187 Oh ! the tocsin of war still resounds o'er the land. - 0188 Page - 0189 March, march on, brave Palmetto boys - 0190 Three cheers for the Southern flag - 0191 Page - 0192 0, the South is the queen of all nations - 0193 Rally round our country's flag !. - 0194 'Twas a terrible moment - 0195 Page - 0196 Page - 0197 Page - 0198 If ever I consent to be married - 0199 Sons of the South, arouse to battle. - 0200 Page - 0201 The tyrant's broad pennant is floating:. - 0202 Of all the mighty nations in the East or in the West - 0203 I'm a soldier, you see, that oppression has made - 0204 Page - 0205 Upon Manassas' bloody plain a soldier boy lay dying - 0206 Page - 0207 Sing ho ! for the Southerner's meteor flag. - 0208 O, Johnny Bull, my Jo, John ! I wonder what you mean - 0209 Ye sons of the South, take your weapons in hand - 0210 Page - 0211 We all went down to New Orleans - 0212 Page - 0213 Hurrah for the South, the glorious South! land of song and story - 0214 Land of the South ! the fairest land - 0215 Fold away all your bright tinted dresses - 0216 Page - 0217 Page - 0218 Page - 0219 Soldiers ! raise your banner proudly - 0220 Page - 0221 Huzza ! huzza ! let's raise the battle-cry - 0222 The South for me ! The sunny clime - 0223 'Mid her ruins proudly stands - 0224 Page - 0225 A life on the Vicksburg bluff - 0226 Page - 0227 Page - 0228 Do they miss me in the trenches, do they miss me. - 0229 Can'st tell who lose the battle oft in the council field - 0230 Fighting for our rights now, feasting when they're won - 0231 Page - 0232 Alas! the rolling hours pass slow - 0233 The sentinel treads his martial round. - 0234 Page - 0235 Page - 0236 You shudder as you think upon th' carnage of the grim report - 0237 Page - 0238 Page - 0239 Page - 0240 Raise the thrilling cry, to arms! - 0241 By the cross upon our banner glory of our Southern sky - 0242 From Houston City and Brazos bottom - 0243 Page - 0244 I'm gwine back to de land of cotton. - 0245 Page - 0246 Page - 0247 Page - 0248 Haste thee, falter not, noble patriot band. - 0249 Lady, I go to fight for thee. - 0250 Page - 0251 Our country, our country, oh, where may we find, - 0252 I wish I was in de land ob cotton - 0253 Page - 0254 Young Florida sends forth her clan the old Dominion's brave - 0255 Page - 0256 Page - 0257 Page - 0258 There is freedom on each fold, and each star is freedom's throne - 0259 Hark ! the clock strikes ! All, all that now remains .. - 0260 Page - 0261 Page - 0262 Like the roar of the wintry surges on a wild temptestuous strand - 0263 You know the Federal General Banks - 0264 Page - 0265 Hear ye not the sound of battle - 0266 Page - 0267 'Twas early in the morning of eighteen sixty-three. - 0268 Page - 0269 Over vale and over mountain - 0270 Page - 0271 Wake! dearest, wake ! 'tis thy lover who calls, Imogen - 0272 Page - 0273 Come all ye temper'd hearts of steel quit your flocks and farms - 0274 Arise! Ye sons of freeborn sires, arise ! your country save - 0275 Page - 0276 We're the boys so gay and happy - 0277 Hear the summons, sons of Texas. - 0278 Page - 0279 It was on a New Year's morn so soon - 0280 Page - 0281 0, I'm thinking of the soldier as the evening shadows fall. - 0282 Page - 0283 Page - 0284 'Twas on that dark and fearful morn - 0285 Page - 0286 The sun sinking o'er the battle plain, - 0287 God bless our Southern land - 0288 Raise the Southern flag on high ! - 0289 Page - 0290 The Yankees hate the Lone Star State, because she did secede - 0291 Page - 0292 Page - 0293 A warrior has fallen ! a chieftain has gone, - 0294 Page - 0295 Just listen awhile, and give ear to my song. - 0296 Page - 0297 Flag of the Southland ! Flag of the free - 0298 Sons of freedom, on to glory - 0299 Come, stack arms, men ! pile on the rails - 0300 Page - 0301 Page - 0302 In the land of the orange groves, sunshine and flowers - 0303 Page - 0304 Page - 0305 Page - 0306 'Twas midnight when we built our fires - 0307 Page - 0308 Page - 0309 Land of our birth, thee, thee I sing. - 0310 My heart is in Mississippi - 0311 He fell and they cried, bring us home our dead ! - 0312 Page - 0313 Lo ! when Mississippi rolls - 0314 Page - 0315 Darkies, has you seed my massa - 0316 Page - 0317 I'm 'nation tired of being hired - 0318 Page - 0319 Page - 0320 Ever constant, ever true - 0321 Stitch, stitch, stitch. - 0322 Page - 0323 There he stood, the grand old hero great Virginia's god-like son - 0324 Page - 0325 O, tell me not that earth is fair, that spring is in its bloom. - 0326 Fearlessly the seas we roam - 0327 Down by the valley, 'mid thunder and lightning - 0328 Page - 0329 01), dear its shameful, I declare. - 0330 We left him on the crimson'd field - 0331 Well, we can whip them now I guess - 0332 Page - 0333 Page - 0334 Page - 0335 Mother is the battle over? thousands have been killed, they say - 0336 Ye sons of Carolina ! awake from your dreaming, - 0337 Southrons, hear your country call you - 0338 Page - 0339 Have you counted up the cost. - 0340 Bravely ye've fought, my gallant, gallant men - 0341 When history tells her story - 0342 Page - 0343 Cheer, boys, cheer ! we'll march away to battle - 0344 Oh! here I am in the land of cotton - 0345 Page - 0346 Now let the thrilling anthem rise - 0347 Page - 0348 Over the river there are lierce stern meetings. - 0349 Och, its nate to be captain or colonel - 0350 Unmoved in the battle, - 0351 Come, all ye sons of freedom - 0352 Page - 0353 Page - 0354 O band in the pinewood cease ! - 0355 Thou hast gone forth, my darling one - 0356 Page - 0357 Old Eve she did the apple eat - 0358 Page - 0359 Young as the youngest who donned the gray - 0360 Page - 0361 Page - 0362 The war drum is beating, prepare for the fight - 0363 Sons of the South arise, - 0364 Page - 0365 A soldier boy from Texas lay gasping on the field - 0366 Page - 0367 Would you like to hear my song, I'm afraid its rather long - 0368 Page - 0369 Page - 0370 Page - 0371 What shall the Southron's watchword be, - 0372 By blue Patapsco's billowy dash - 0373 Page - 0374 You are going to the wars, Willie boy, Willie boy. - 0375 The despot's heel is on thy shore, - 0376 Page - 0377 Page - 0378 Oh ! here's to South Carolina ! drink it down. - 0379 Page - 0380 Ho, gallants, brim the beaker bowl. - 0381 The snow is in the cloud, and night is gathering o'er us - 0382 Page - 0383 Maiden, pray for thy lover now - 0384 I've seen some handsome uniforms deck'd off with buttons bright - 0385 Page - 0386 The morning star is paling, the camp-fires flicker low - 0387 Page - 0388 Hark! 'tis the shrill trumpet calling. - 0389 The night-cloud had lowered o'er Shiloh's red plain - 0390 I remember the hour when sadly we parted, - 0391 Young stranger, what land claims thy birth - 0392 Page - 0393 We're the Navasota volunteers, our county is named Grimes - 0394 Page - 0395 Page - 0396 I am dreaming of thee - 0397 Page - 0398 Page - 0399 Oh, gone is the soul from his wondrous dark eye - 0400 Let me whisper in your ear, sir - 0401 Page - 0402 Tis dead of night nor voice nor sound breaks the stillness - 0403 Page - 0404 Page - 0405 Childhood's days have long since faded - 0406 Page - 0407 Missouri ! Missouri! bright land of the West - 0408 Oh no ! no ! he'll not need them again. - 0409 Page - 0410 Pillow his head on his flashing sword - 0411 Page - 0412 Page - 0413 The Northern abolition vandals. - 0414 'Tis old Stonewall, the rebel, that leans on his sword - 0415 Page - 0416 For trumpet and drum, leave the soft voice of maiden - 0417 As a couple of good soldiers were walking one day. - 0418 A farmer came to camp, one day, with milk and eggs to sell - 0419 Sabine Pass ! in letters of gold. - 0420 Page - 0421 Fair ladies and maids of all ages. - 0422 Page - 0423 Hark the tocsin is sounding, my comrades - 0424 Page - 0425 Come, all ye valiant soldiers, and a story I will tell - 0426 Page - 0427 The muffled drum is beating - 0428 Out of the focal and foremost fire - 0429 Page - 0430 Oh ! mother of States and of men - 0431 Page - 0432 Only a soldier ! I heard them say. - 0433 Page - 0434 The boys are coming home again...... - 0435 On Shiloh's dark and bloody ground the dead and wounded lay - 0436 Page - 0437 Oh, don't you remember old Stonewall, my boys - 0438 My heart in its sadness turns fondly to thee - 0439 Little do rich people know - 0440 Though we're a band of prisoners. - 0441 Page - 0442 For sixty days and upward a storm of shell and shot - 0443 Page - 0444 On a bright May morn in 'Sixty-three - 0445 Softly comes the twilight stealing gently through my prison bars - 0446 I leave my home, and thee, dear, with sorrow at my heart - 0447 Page - 0448 Dear mother, I remember well - 0449 A flash from the edge of a hostile trench - 0450 Page - 0451 Softly in dreams of repose. - 0452 Lo ! the Southland queen emerging. - 0453 Page - 0454 Page - 0455 Oh! Johnny, dear, and did you hear the news that's lately spread - 0456 Page - 0457 Fold it up carefully, lay it aside - 0458 Page - 0459 0, I'm a g-ood old rebel, - 0460 Page - 0461 Page - 0462 I cannot listen to your words, the land is long and wide. - 0463 Why can we not be brothers ? the battle now is o'er - 0464 Page - 0465 Our cannons' mouths are dumb, No more our volleyed muskets peal - 0466 Forth from its scabbard pure and bright - 0467 Page - 0468 Olf with gray suits, boys ! - 0469 Representing nothing on God's earth now, - 0470 Page - 0471 Page - 0472 Furl that banner, for 'tis weary - 0473 Page - 0474 Gallant nation, foiled by numbers - 0475 INDEX TO TITLES - 0476 Page - 0479 Page - 0480 Page - 0481 INDEX TO AUTHORS - 0483 Page - 0484 INDEX TO FIRST LINES - 0485 Page - 0486 Page - 0487 Page - 0488 Page - 0489|