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Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
(c1880)

The conqueror,   pp. [11]-159


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SONG OF T*w GRASS.
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i. All a - round the o -pen door; Smil-ing on the rich and poor; Here I come!  Here I come! Creep-ing ev - 'ry - where.
2. By the sun - ny riv - er side; Where the pleas-ant wa- ters glide; Here I come! Here I comeI Creep-ing  ev - lry - where.
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3, In   the nois - y  cit - y street, Pleas - ant fac - es there I meet, Here I come!  Here I come! Creep-ing   ev -'ry N where.
Creep-ing by the nois - y brook, Fring-ing ev-' r y shad-y nook. Here I come!I  Here I come!I Creep-ing ev - 'ry - where.
Creep-ing where the chil-dren play In the bright and mer-ry may.  Here I come !  Here I come ! Creep-ing ev - 'ry - where.
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Cheer-ing with a skill - ful art,  Mak-ing glad the heav-y heart. Here I come !  Here I come! Creep-ingev - 'r - where.
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