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350+ Song Lyrics With Sheet Music, Selected And Arranged By John Hullah.

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cc    Dear Harp of my Country
cci    Charmed by the Lustre of thine Eyes
ecu    Fly not yet
can    Arise from thy Slumbers
cciv    Love's Young Dream
ccv    Rich and Rare
cevi    If Thou'lt be Mine
ccvn    The Harp that once through Tara's Halls
cevm    O lov'd Maid of Broka
ccix    She is far from the Land
ccx    The Valley lay smiling before Me
ccxi    Full high in Killbride
ccxii    How sweet the Answer
ccxm    'Twas the Hour when Rites unholy
ccxiv    Sail on, Sail on
ccxv    Though the last Glimpse of Erin
ccxvi    O where's the Slave so lowly
ccxvn    Oh! breathe not his Name
ccxvm    Nay, tell me not, Dear
ccxix    O the Sight entrancing
ccxx    In Ringlets curled
ccxxi    Branch of the Sweet and Early Rose
ccxxn    A Chieftain to the Highlands bound
ccxxm    Though dark are our Sorrows
ccxxiv    'Tis the last Rose of Summer
ccxxv    Let Erin remember
ccxxvi    My Sorrow, deep Sorrow
ccxxvn    The Minstrel Boy
ccxxviii    Avenging and bright
ccxxix    I've a Secret to tell thee
ccxxx    Weep on, Weep on
ccxxxi    The Blush of Morn
ccxxxn    The young May Moon
ccxxxm    How oft has the Benshee cried
ccxxxiv    Through Grief and through Danger
ccxxxv    The Exile of Erin
ccxxxvi    And doth not a Meeting like this
ccxxxvn    While gazing on the Moon's light
ccxxxviu    O'Rourke's noble Fare
ccxxxix    The Legacy
ccxl    When He who adores Thee
ccxli    Wreathe the Bowl
ccxlii    Sing, sing, Music was given
ccxliii    The Meeting of the Waters
ccxliv    The Dew each trembling Leaf
ccxlv    When cold in the Earth
ccxlvi    Has Sorrow thy Young Days shaded
ccxlvii    Life and its Follies are fading away
ccxlviii    Deck the Hall with Boughs of Holly
ccxlix    Where are the Men
ccl    I hear the Trumpet sounding
ccli    While the Moon her Watch is keeping
cclii    Oh ! well do I remember
CCLiu    Fill, fill the bright Mead-Cup
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