Lillian (Polka Caprice) (Baritone TC Part)

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Lillian (Polka Caprice) (Baritone BC Part) Sheet Music by Herbert L. Clarke

Famous rallying song of the Union soldiers in Civil War. This one rallies people to fervor of yore; manifest destiny party line.

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As sung by Eleanor Mora. Celebrates good time girl; sung by Chas. Harris trade mark at bottom. Copy 2 in better condition.

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You better dry your eyes my little coal black rose, and hush-a-bye.

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You better go to sleep and let those eyelids close, oh don't you sigh. I was wishing that I had the riches to buy, All my dreams as I sat by the fire. What a life I would live, what could riches not give, What more could a heart desire? When my poor little mother drew close to my side, "There are some things, my child, you can't buy," she replied:. You can't buy your sunshine at twilight, You can't buy the moonlight at dawn. You can't buy your youth when you're growing old, Nor the life when the heartbeat is gone. You can't buy your way into heaven, Though wealth may hold power untold.

And when you lose your mother, you can't buy another, If you had all the world and its gold. Mother's eyes beam on me, in their depths I can see, Light of love far more precious than gold; Silver threads in her hair, and her brow lined with care, Tell me she is growing old. Then I see that the teardrops are dim in her eyes, As she smiles through her tears, I can't help realize:.

You can't buy the sunshine at twilight, You can't buy the moonlight at dawn. What a fine party we had the other day. There was all kind of mischievous people there. And then just before we broke up for the night, we all had a wee drop of liquor. Aye, we had a wee drop to drink, hmm? Well, a wee drop enjoyed is a wee drink of liquor. The sort of man, that will and can in all things do his share.

Every time we have a row she calls me many a name. She goes about and never speaks, and I just do the same. Pack your bags. Oh well, If ever a man in America whose wife told him to pack his bag was to do do and join the army, ha Why even the Russian army would look for a pea in the drum Oh, dear me, what worries me more. Jimmy was a soldier brave and bold, Katy was a maid with hair of gold. Like an act of fate, Kate was standing at the gate, Watching all the boys while on parade.

Kate smiled with a twinkle in her eye, Jim said, "M-M-Meet you b-b-bye and bye. K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy, You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore, When the m-m-m-moon shines over the c-c-c-cowshed, I'll be waiting at the k-k-k-kitchen door. No one ever looked so nice and neat, No one could be just as cute and sweet, That's what Jimmy thought, when the wedding ring he bought, Soon he'll go to France the foe to meet. Jimmy thought he'd like to take a chance, See if he could make the Kaiser dance, Stepping to a tune, all about the silvery moon, This is what they'll hear in far off France:.