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Woodbury, I. B. (Issac Baker), 1819-1858 (ed.) / The new lute of Zion: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of congregations generally, but more especially the Methodist Episcopal Church
(c1856)

The music teacher,   pp. [III]-XXXVIII


Page XXIII

THE  MUSIC  TEACHER. 
THE MELODIES OF MANY LANDS, 
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S I.  , 
1. The mel-o - dies 
2. Its words, I well 
3. It   told me In 
A'  A. 
of  man-y lands Ere while have charmed mine ear, Yet tie e's but one among
them all Which still my he 
re - member now, Were fraught with precepts old, And ev - cry line  a  maxim
held, Of far ine Wort 
the hour of need To seek a   sol - ace there, Where on - ly strick-en hearts
could find Sweet adswer to t 
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lips I loved, My tears it then be - guiled, It was the song my mother sang
When I was but  a child, It was the song my mother Sang When T 
simply taught, That cannot pass a - way; It  is my guid-ing star by night,
My comfort in  the day; It  is my guiding star bv night, My 0icof 
gentle voice, Whose words my tears beguiled, That song of songs my mother
sang, WhentI was but a child; That song of songs my riothe' rang, When 
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Cheerfutly. 
THE DREAM         OF   HOME.       Quartet. 
FINE.  LAST TIME ONLY.  D. 0. fN. I 
' Who has not felt how sadly sweet The dream of home, the dream of home,
Steals o'er the heart, too soon to fleet,When o'er the sea or land we roam
n. o. But far more bright,more dear to all,That dream of home,that dream
of home. 
The dream of home. 
Sunlight more soft o'er us may fall,To greener shores our bark 
2. $ Ask of the sailor youth when far Htis light bark bounds o'er ocean foam,
What charms him most when evening's star Smiles o'er the wave f to dream
ofhome.          Fond 
D.c. His heart's bestjoy where'er he roves,that dream ofhomethat dream of
home. The dream of home... 
houghts of absent friends and lovs At that sw4eet |vu, sm ro,1o h im tJ11
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