Beadle's Dime Song Book No. 4 A Collection of New and Popular Comic and Sentimental Songs.
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Beadle's Dime Song Book No. 4 A Collection of New and Popular Comic and Sentimental Songs.

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Table of Contents
  • Transcriber’s Note:
  • DIME SONG BOOK
    • DIME SONG BOOK
      • Maud Adair and I.
      • Don’t You Cry so, Norah, Darling.
      • We are Growing Old Together.
      • Cottage by the Sea.
      • Ben Fisher and Wife.
      • A National Song.
      • The Old Brown Cot.
      • Come, gang awa’ wi’ me.
      • The Railroad Engineer’s Song.
      • Linda’s gone to Baltimore.
      • I’ve been Roaming o’er the Prairies.
      • Bonnie Jamie.
      • I’ll Hang my Harp on a Willow-Tree.
      • Johnny is Gone for a Soldier.
      • We are all so Fond of Kissing.
      • Oh, Kiss but never Tell.
      • Ain’t I Glad to Get Out of the Wilderness.
      • Jolly Jack the Rover.
      • Somebody’s Courting Somebody.
      • The Little Low Room where I Courted my Wife.
      • Stand by the Flag.
      • Gal from the South.
      • Commence you Darkies all.
      • Columbia Rules the Sea.
      • I’m not Myself at all.
      • Erin is my Home.
      • The Harp that once thro’ Tara’s Halls.
      • I Wish he would Decide, Mamma.
      • We were Boys and Girls Together.
      • A Parody on “Uncle Sam’s Farm.”
      • Would I were a Boy again.
      • Would I were a Girl again.
      • The Farmer’s Boy.
      • Song of the Farmer.
      • They don’t wish Me at Home.
      • Broken-Hearted Tom, the Lover.
      • Terry O’Reilly.
      • Sparking Sunday Night.
      • Answer of Katy Darling.
      • Sprig of Shillelah.
      • The Low Back’d Car.
      • Poor Old Maids.
      • O God! Preserve the Mariner.
      • A Merry Gipsy Girl again.
      • Let Me Kiss Him for His Mother.
      • My ain Fireside.
      • The Indian Warrior’s Grave.
      • Indian Hunter.
      • Molly Bawn.
      • Norah, the Pride of Kildare.
      • The Hazel Dell.
      • Home, Sweet Home.
      • My Boyhoods Home.
      • The Old Kirk-Yard.
      • I am a Freeman.
      • Ship A-Hoy!
      • Song of Blanche Alpen.
      • Daylight is on the Sea.
      • Kate was once a Little Girl.
      • Kitty Tyrrell.
      • Within a mile of Edinboro’ Town.
      • Would I Were With Thee.
      • Old Uncle Edward.
      • Uncle Gabriel.
      • He led Her to the Altar.
      • Where are now the Hopes I Cherished?
      • Paddy on the Canal.
      • Jane Monroe.
      • Tom Brown.
      • Uncle Tim, the Toper.
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • HAND-BOOKS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
      • BOOKS FOR THE SCHOOL AND HOME STUDENTS.
      • MUSIC AND SONG.
      • GAMES, AMUSEMENTS, &C.
      • BEADLE’S DIME BIOGRAPHICAL LIBRARY.
      • HAVE YOU A FRIEND IN THE ARMY?
      • MILITARY HAND-BOOK,
        • Transcriber’s Note
      • Transcriber’s Note
    • Maud Adair and I.
    • Don’t You Cry so, Norah, Darling.
    • We are Growing Old Together.
    • Cottage by the Sea.
    • Ben Fisher and Wife.
    • A National Song.
    • The Old Brown Cot.
    • Come, gang awa’ wi’ me.
    • The Railroad Engineer’s Song.
    • Linda’s gone to Baltimore.
    • I’ve been Roaming o’er the Prairies.
    • Bonnie Jamie.
    • I’ll Hang my Harp on a Willow-Tree.
    • Johnny is Gone for a Soldier.
    • We are all so Fond of Kissing.
    • Oh, Kiss but never Tell.
    • Ain’t I Glad to Get Out of the Wilderness.
    • Jolly Jack the Rover.
    • Somebody’s Courting Somebody.
    • The Little Low Room where I Courted my Wife.
    • Stand by the Flag.
    • Gal from the South.
    • Commence you Darkies all.
    • Columbia Rules the Sea.
    • I’m not Myself at all.
    • Erin is my Home.
    • The Harp that once thro’ Tara’s Halls.
    • I Wish he would Decide, Mamma.
    • We were Boys and Girls Together.
    • A Parody on “Uncle Sam’s Farm.”
    • Would I were a Boy again.
    • Would I were a Girl again.
    • The Farmer’s Boy.
    • Song of the Farmer.
    • They don’t wish Me at Home.
    • Broken-Hearted Tom, the Lover.
    • Terry O’Reilly.
    • Sparking Sunday Night.
    • Answer of Katy Darling.
    • Sprig of Shillelah.
    • The Low Back’d Car.
    • Poor Old Maids.
    • O God! Preserve the Mariner.
    • A Merry Gipsy Girl again.
    • Let Me Kiss Him for His Mother.
    • My ain Fireside.
    • The Indian Warrior’s Grave.
    • Indian Hunter.
    • Molly Bawn.
    • Norah, the Pride of Kildare.
    • The Hazel Dell.
    • Home, Sweet Home.
    • My Boyhoods Home.
    • The Old Kirk-Yard.
    • I am a Freeman.
    • Ship A-Hoy!
    • Song of Blanche Alpen.
    • Daylight is on the Sea.
    • Kate was once a Little Girl.
    • Kitty Tyrrell.
    • Within a mile of Edinboro’ Town.
    • Would I Were With Thee.
    • Old Uncle Edward.
    • Uncle Gabriel.
    • He led Her to the Altar.
    • Where are now the Hopes I Cherished?
    • Paddy on the Canal.
    • Jane Monroe.
    • Tom Brown.
    • Uncle Tim, the Toper.
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • HAND-BOOKS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
    • BOOKS FOR THE SCHOOL AND HOME STUDENTS.
    • MUSIC AND SONG.
    • GAMES, AMUSEMENTS, &C.
    • BEADLE’S DIME BIOGRAPHICAL LIBRARY.
    • HAVE YOU A FRIEND IN THE ARMY?
    • MILITARY HAND-BOOK,
      • Transcriber’s Note
    • Transcriber’s Note
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