Southern War Songs Camp-Fire, Patriotic & Sentimental

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




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Let me whisper in your ear, sir
301
Like the roar of the wintry surges on a wild temptestuous strand
163
Little do rich people know
340
Lo ! the Southland queen emerging.
353
Lo ! when Mississippi rolls
214
Maiden, pray for thy lover now
284
March, march on, brave " Palmetto " boys
90
'Mid her ruins proudly stands
124
Missouri is the pride of the Nation
60
Missouri ! Missouri! bright land of the West
308
Mother ! is the battle over? thousands have been killed, they say
236
My heart in its sadness turns fondly to thee
339
My heart is in Mississippi
211
My love reposes on a rosewood frame
42
Now let the thrilling anthem rise
247
Now rouse ye, gallant comrades ail
26
O band in the pinewood cease !
255
" Och, its nate to be captain or colonel "
250
Of all the mighty nations in the East or in the West
103
Olf with gray suits, boys !
369
01), dear its shameful, I declare.
230
Oh ! Dixie, the land of King Cotton
68
Oh, don't you remember old Stonewall, my boys
338
Oh ! Freedom is a blessed thing
65
Oh, gone is the soul from his wondrous dark eye
300
Oh! here I am in the land of cotton
245
Oh ! here's to South Carolina ! drink it down.
279
Oh ! Johnny, dear, and did you hear the news that *s lately spread
356
Oh ! mother of States and of men
331
Oh no ! no ! he'll not need them again.
309
Oh ! say can you see through the gloom and the storms
6
Oh ! the tocsin of war still resounds o'er the land.
88
Oh ! yes, I am a Southern girl.
81
O, Johnny Bull, my Jo, John ! I wonder what you mean
109
0, I'm a g-ood old rebel,
360
0, I'm thinking of the soldier as the evening shadows fall.
182
Old Eve she did the apple eat
258
On a bright May morn in 'Sixty-three
345
" Only a soldier !" I heard them say.
333
On Shiloh's dark and bloody ground the dead and wounded lay
336
O, tell me not that earth is fair, that spring is in its bloom.
226
0, the South is the queen of all nations
93
Our cannons' mouths are dumb. No more our volleyed muskets peal
366
Our country, our country, oh, where may we find,
152
Our flag is unfurl'd and our arms flash bright
73
Out of the focal and foremost fire
329
Over the river there are lierce stern meetings.
249
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