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|Yet purer, brighter joys remain, Why should my spirit then complain 5' WE PART |
TO MEET AGAIN. How oft the mind obtains relief, When parting friends, bow'd
down with pain, Can make this motto their belief— “We only part to meet again ! ”.
|60 ~ We'll meet again to-morrow. WE'LL ... When pride and hate could separate |
The hearts by love united; Ah ! then you cried, as from your side I went in hapless
sorrow,— “Cheer up, sweet heart, we only part To meet some happier morrow !
|But I was sooth'd by the welcome word That our last farewell should be defer'd, |
And we should meet again on the morrow, Yet it must be a meeting of sorrow, For
we meet to part! — But why complain ? Since we only part to meet again — To ...
|Susan ("We only part to meet again") 2. Song ("Why tarries my Love!") 3. Song |
from "The Stranger" ("I have a silent sorrow here") (plaintive) 4. Song in La Fei
Urgele ("Ah! que l'amour est chose jolie") 5. "Whither Love thy beauties bring" ...
|Farewell sweet child we part in pain, | We only part to meet again. In memory of |
mr. | William blanchard | who died ] Nov. 13, 1818, ALt. 56. Dangers stand thick
thro' all the ground | To push us to the tomb : And diseases wait around | To hurry
|fay not so, thou holy friar; I pray thee say not so : For since my true love died for |
me, 'Tis meet my tears should flow. ... 0 Susan, Susan, lovely dear, My vows (hall
ever true remain ; Let me kils off" that falling tear : We only part to meet again.
|For since my true love dy'd for me, 'Tis meet my tears should flow. ... fleet Might |
envy William's lips those kisses sweet, 0 Susan, Susan, lovely dear, lVIy vows
shall ever true remain ; Let me kiss off that falling tear : We only part to meet
|The noblest captain in the British fleet Might envy William's lips those kisses |
sweet, O Suson, Susan, lovely dear, My vows soall ever true remain ; Let me kiss
off that falling tear : We only part to meet again. Change as ye list, ye winds, my