Southern War Songs Camp-Fire, Patriotic & Sentimental

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




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Over vale and over mountain
170
Pillow his head on his flashing sword
311
Raise the Southern flag on high !
189
Raise the thrilling cry, to arms!
141
Rally round our country's flag !.
94
Rebel is a sacred name
71
Representing nothing on God's earth now,
370
Rise, rise, mountain and valley men
55
Sabine Pass ! in letters of gold.
320
Sing ho ! for the Southerner's meteor flag.
108
Sitting by the roadside on a Summer day
74
Softly comes the twilight stealing gently through my prison bars.
346
Softly in dreams of repose.
352
Soldiers ! raise your banner proudly
120
Sons of freedom, on to glory
199
Sons of the South arise,
264
Sons of the South, arouse to battle.
100
Sons of the South awake to glory.
4
Sons of the South, beware the foe.
46
Sons of the South ! from hill and dale
19
Southern men, unsheathe the sword.
24
Southrons, hear your country call you
238
States of the South ! confederate land.
48
Stitch, stitch, stitch.
222
The boys are coming home again......
335
The boys down South in Dixie's Land,
49
The despot's heel is on thy shore,
276
The foe ! the foe! They come ! they come !
57
The hour was sad I left the maid,
85
The morning star is paling, the camp-fires flicker low
287
The muffled drum is beating
328
The night-cloud had lowered o'er Shiloh's red plain
290
The Northern abolition vandals.
314
The sentinel treads his martial round.
134
The shades of night were falling fast.
22
The snow is in the cloud, and night is gathering o'er us
282
The South for me ! The sunny clime
123
The sun sinking o'er the battle plain,
187
The tyrant's broad pennant is floating:.
102
The war drum is beating, prepare for the fight
263
The Yankees hate the Lone Star State, because she did secede
191
There he stood, the grand old hero, great Virginia's god-like son
224
There is freedom on each fold, and each star is freedom's throne
159
Though we're a band of prisoners.
341
Thou hast gone forth, my darling one
256
Three cheers for the Southern flag
91
'Tis dead of night, nor voice, nor sound, breaks on the stillness of the air.
303
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