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Victorian Songs: Lyrics of the Affections and Nature

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  • HAMILTON AÏDÉ.
  • REMEMBER OR FORGET.
    • OH, LET ME DREAM. FROM “A NINE DAYS’ WONDER.”
      • LOVE, THE PILGRIM. SUGGESTED BY A SKETCH BY E. BURNE-JONES.
    • LOVE, THE PILGRIM. SUGGESTED BY A SKETCH BY E. BURNE-JONES.
    • WILLIAM ALLINGHAM.
      • LOVELY MARY DONNELLY.
      • SONG.
      • SERENADE.
      • ACROSS THE SEA.
    • LOVELY MARY DONNELLY.
    • SONG.
    • SERENADE.
    • ACROSS THE SEA.
    • SIR EDWIN ARNOLD.
      • SERENADE.
      • A LOVE SONG OF HENRI QUATRE.
    • SERENADE.
    • A LOVE SONG OF HENRI QUATRE.
    • THOMAS ASHE.
      • NO AND YES.
      • AT ALTENAHR.
      • MARIT. 1869-70.
    • NO AND YES.
    • AT ALTENAHR.
    • MARIT. 1869-70.
    • ALFRED AUSTIN.
      • A NIGHT IN JUNE.
    • A NIGHT IN JUNE.
    • THOMAS LOVELL BEDDOES.
      • DREAM-PEDLARY.
      • SONG FROM THE SHIP. FROM “DEATH’S JEST-BOOK.”
      • SONG.
      • SONG. FROM “THE SECOND BROTHER.”
      • SONG, BY TWO VOICES. FROM “THE BRIDES’ TRAGEDY.”
      • SONG. FROM “TORRISMOND.”
    • DREAM-PEDLARY.
    • SONG FROM THE SHIP. FROM “DEATH’S JEST-BOOK.”
    • SONG.
    • SONG. FROM “THE SECOND BROTHER.”
    • SONG, BY TWO VOICES. FROM “THE BRIDES’ TRAGEDY.”
    • SONG. FROM “TORRISMOND.”
    • WILLIAM COX BENNETT.
      • CRADLE SONG.
      • MY ROSES BLOSSOM THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND.
      • CRADLE SONG.
    • CRADLE SONG.
    • MY ROSES BLOSSOM THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND.
    • CRADLE SONG.
    • F. W. BOURDILLON.
      • LOVE’S MEINIE.
      • THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES.
      • A LOST VOICE.
    • LOVE’S MEINIE.
    • THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES.
    • A LOST VOICE.
    • ROBERT BUCHANAN.
      • SERENADE.
      • SONG. FROM “LOVE IN WINTER.”
    • SERENADE.
    • SONG. FROM “LOVE IN WINTER.”
    • MORTIMER COLLINS.
      • TO F. C.
      • A GAME OF CHESS.
      • MULTUM IN PARVO.
      • VIOLETS AT HOME.
      • MY THRUSH.
    • TO F. C.
    • A GAME OF CHESS.
    • MULTUM IN PARVO.
    • VIOLETS AT HOME.
    • MY THRUSH.
    • DINAH MARIA MULOCK CRAIK.
      • TOO LATE.
      • A SILLY SONG.
    • TOO LATE.
    • A SILLY SONG.
    • GEORGE DARLEY.
      • MAY DAY. From “Sylvia”: Act III. Scene ii.
      • I’VE BEEN ROAMING. FROM “LILIAN OF THE VALE.”
      • SYLVIA’S SONG.
      • SERENADE. From “Sylvia”: Act IV. Scene I.
    • MAY DAY. From “Sylvia”: Act III. Scene ii.
    • I’VE BEEN ROAMING. FROM “LILIAN OF THE VALE.”
    • SYLVIA’S SONG.
    • SERENADE. From “Sylvia”: Act IV. Scene I.
    • LORD DE TABLEY.
      • A WINTER SKETCH.
      • THE SECOND MADRIGAL.
    • A WINTER SKETCH.
    • THE SECOND MADRIGAL.
    • AUBREY DE VERE.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • CHARLES DICKENS.
      • THE IVY GREEN.
    • THE IVY GREEN.
    • AUSTIN DOBSON.
      • THE LADIES OF ST. JAMES’S. A PROPER NEW BALLAD OF THE COUNTRY AND THE TOWN.
      • THE MILKMAID. A NEW SONG TO AN OLD TUNE.
    • THE LADIES OF ST. JAMES’S. A PROPER NEW BALLAD OF THE COUNTRY AND THE TOWN.
    • THE MILKMAID. A NEW SONG TO AN OLD TUNE.
    • ALFRED DOMETT.
      • A GLEE FOR WINTER.
      • A KISS. SAPPHO TO PHAON.
    • A GLEE FOR WINTER.
    • A KISS. SAPPHO TO PHAON.
    • LADY DUFFERIN.
      • SONG.*
      • LAMENT OF THE IRISH EMIGRANT.
    • SONG.*
    • LAMENT OF THE IRISH EMIGRANT.
    • MICHAEL FIELD.
      • WINDS TO-DAY ARE LARGE AND FREE.
      • LET US WREATHE THE MIGHTY CUP.
      • WHERE WINDS ABOUND.
    • WINDS TO-DAY ARE LARGE AND FREE.
    • LET US WREATHE THE MIGHTY CUP.
    • WHERE WINDS ABOUND.
    • NORMAN GALE.
      • A SONG.
      • SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • SONG.
    • EDMUND GOSSE.
      • SONG FOR THE LUTE.
    • SONG FOR THE LUTE.
    • THOMAS HOOD.
      • BALLAD.
      • SONG.
      • I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER.
      • BALLAD.
      • SONG.
    • BALLAD.
    • SONG.
    • I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER.
    • BALLAD.
    • SONG.
    • RICHARD MONCKTON MILNES (LORD HOUGHTON).
      • THE BROOKSIDE.
      • THE VENETIAN SERENADE.
      • FROM LOVE AND NATURE.
    • THE BROOKSIDE.
    • THE VENETIAN SERENADE.
    • FROM LOVE AND NATURE.
    • JEAN INGELOW.
      • THE LONG WHITE SEAM.
      • LOVE. FROM “SONGS OF SEVEN.”
      • SWEET IS CHILDHOOD.
    • THE LONG WHITE SEAM.
    • LOVE. FROM “SONGS OF SEVEN.”
    • SWEET IS CHILDHOOD.
    • CHARLES KINGSLEY.
      • AIRLY BEACON.
      • THE SANDS OF DEE.
      • THREE FISHERS WENT SAILING.
      • A FAREWELL. To C. E. G.—1856.
    • AIRLY BEACON.
    • THE SANDS OF DEE.
    • THREE FISHERS WENT SAILING.
    • A FAREWELL. To C. E. G.—1856.
    • WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
      • ROSE AYLMER.
      • RUBIES.
      • THE FAULT IS NOT MINE.
      • UNDER THE LINDENS.
      • SIXTEEN.
      • IANTHE.
      • ONE LOVELY NAME.
      • FORSAKEN.
    • ROSE AYLMER.
    • RUBIES.
    • THE FAULT IS NOT MINE.
    • UNDER THE LINDENS.
    • SIXTEEN.
    • IANTHE.
    • ONE LOVELY NAME.
    • FORSAKEN.
    • FREDERICK LOCKER-LAMPSON.
      • A GARDEN LYRIC.
      • THE CUCKOO.
      • GERTRUDE’S NECKLACE.
    • A GARDEN LYRIC.
    • THE CUCKOO.
    • GERTRUDE’S NECKLACE.
    • SAMUEL LOVER.
      • THE ANGEL’S WHISPER.*
      • WHAT WILL YOU DO, LOVE?
    • THE ANGEL’S WHISPER.*
    • WHAT WILL YOU DO, LOVE?
    • CHARLES MACKAY.
      • I LOVE MY LOVE.
      • O YE TEARS!
    • I LOVE MY LOVE.
    • O YE TEARS!
    • FRANCIS MAHONEY.
      • THE BELLS OF SHANDON.
    • THE BELLS OF SHANDON.
    • GERALD MASSEY.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • ARTHUR O’SHAUGHNESSY.
      • A LOVE SYMPHONY.
      • I MADE ANOTHER GARDEN.
    • A LOVE SYMPHONY.
    • I MADE ANOTHER GARDEN.
    • ADELAIDE ANNE PROCTER.
      • THE LOST CHORD.
      • SENT TO HEAVEN.
    • THE LOST CHORD.
    • SENT TO HEAVEN.
    • B. W. PROCTER (BARRY CORNWALL).
      • THE POET’S SONG TO HIS WIFE. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
      • A PETITION TO TIME. 1831.
      • A BACCHANALIAN SONG. SET TO MUSIC BY MR. H. PHILLIPS.
      • SHE WAS NOT FAIR NOR FULL OF GRACE.
      • THE SEA-KING. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
      • A SERENADE. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
      • KING DEATH. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
      • SIT DOWN, SAD SOUL.
      • A DRINKING SONG.
      • PEACE! WHAT DO TEARS AVAIL?
      • THE SEA. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • THE POET’S SONG TO HIS WIFE. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • A PETITION TO TIME. 1831.
    • A BACCHANALIAN SONG. SET TO MUSIC BY MR. H. PHILLIPS.
    • SHE WAS NOT FAIR NOR FULL OF GRACE.
    • THE SEA-KING. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • A SERENADE. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • KING DEATH. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • SIT DOWN, SAD SOUL.
    • A DRINKING SONG.
    • PEACE! WHAT DO TEARS AVAIL?
    • THE SEA. SET TO MUSIC BY THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.
    • CHRISTINA G. ROSSETTI.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • THREE SEASONS.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • THREE SEASONS.
    • DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI.
      • A LITTLE WHILE.
      • SUDDEN LIGHT.
      • THREE SHADOWS.
    • A LITTLE WHILE.
    • SUDDEN LIGHT.
    • THREE SHADOWS.
    • WILLIAM BELL SCOTT.
      • PARTING AND MEETING AGAIN.
    • PARTING AND MEETING AGAIN.
    • JOSEPH SKIPSEY.
      • A MERRY BEE.
      • THE SONGSTRESS.
      • THE VIOLET AND THE ROSE.
    • A MERRY BEE.
    • THE SONGSTRESS.
    • THE VIOLET AND THE ROSE.
    • J. ASHBY STERRY.
      • REGRETS.
      • DAISY’S DIMPLES.
      • A LOVER’S LULLABY.
    • REGRETS.
    • DAISY’S DIMPLES.
    • A LOVER’S LULLABY.
    • ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE.
      • A MATCH.
      • RONDEL.
      • SONG. FROM “FELISE.”
    • A MATCH.
    • RONDEL.
    • SONG. FROM “FELISE.”
    • ALFRED TENNYSON.
      • THE BUGLE SONG. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
      • BREAK, BREAK, BREAK.
      • TEARS, IDLE TEARS. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
      • SWEET AND LOW. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
      • TURN, FORTUNE, TURN THY WHEEL. FROM “THE MARRIAGE OF GERAINT.”
      • VIVIEN’S SONG. FROM “MERLIN AND VIVIEN.”
    • THE BUGLE SONG. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
    • BREAK, BREAK, BREAK.
    • TEARS, IDLE TEARS. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
    • SWEET AND LOW. FROM “THE PRINCESS.”
    • TURN, FORTUNE, TURN THY WHEEL. FROM “THE MARRIAGE OF GERAINT.”
    • VIVIEN’S SONG. FROM “MERLIN AND VIVIEN.”
    • WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
      • AT THE CHURCH GATE. FROM “PENDENNIS.”
      • THE MAHOGANY TREE.
    • AT THE CHURCH GATE. FROM “PENDENNIS.”
    • THE MAHOGANY TREE.
    • GEORGE WALTER THORNBURY.
      • DAYRISE AND SUNSET.
      • THE THREE TROOPERS. DURING THE PROTECTORATE.
      • THE CUCKOO.
    • DAYRISE AND SUNSET.
    • THE THREE TROOPERS. DURING THE PROTECTORATE.
    • THE CUCKOO.
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