Southern War Songs Camp-Fire, Patriotic & Sentimental

200+ Song Lyrics Collected, Arranged & Illustrated, By W. L. Fagan - online songbook




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A farmer came to camp, one day, with milk and eggs to sell
319
A flash from the edge of a hostile trench
350
Aha ! a song for the trumpet's tongue
77
Alas! the rolling hours pass slow
133
A life on the Vicksburg bluff
126
All quiet along the Potomac to-night..,
62
A nation has sprung into life
12
Arise I Arise ! with main and might
51
Arise! Ye sons of freeborn sires, arise ! your country save
175
As a couple of good soldiers were walking one day.
318
A soldier boy from Texas lay gasping on the field
266
At Bull Run, when the sun was low
38
A warrior has fallen ! a chieftain has gone,
194
Away down South in de fields of cotton
36
Bob Roebuck is my sweetheart's name
69
Bravely ye've fought, my gallant, gallant men
241
By blue Patapsco's billowy dash
273
By the cross upon our banner—glory of our Southern sky
142
Can'st tell who lose the battle oft in the council field
130
Cheer, boys, cheer ! we'll march away to battle
244
Childhood's days have long since faded
306
Come, all ye sons of freedom
252
Come all ye temper'd hearts of steel—come, quit your flocks and farms,
174
Come, all ye valiant soldiers, and a story I will tell
326
Come, brothers ! rally for the right
40
Come ! come ! come
61
Come, stack arms, men ! pile on the rails
200
Countrymen of "Washington
35
Darkies, has you seed my massa
216
Dear mother, I remember well
349
Do they miss me in the trenches, do they miss me.
129
Down by the valley, 'mid thunder and lightning
228
Ever constant, ever true
221
Fair ladies and maids of all ages.
322
Fearlessly the seas we roam
227
Fighting for our rights now, feasting when they're won
131
Flag of the Southland ! Flag of the free
198
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