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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 XXIX

HAIL OUR COUNTRY'S NATAL MORN. Chorus for the Fourth 
1. Hail  our   coun-try's na, - tal morn! Hail, our  spreading  kin- dred
born, Hail, thou  ban - ner, not 
2. Who would sev - er freedom's shrine I NY ho would draw th'in-vid-ious
  ne? Though, by   birth one  spot 
3. By    our   al - tars pure and   free, By   our   laws' deep-root - ed
 tree, By   the past's dread mem- 
4. Fa - there! have  ye bled   in   vain!  A - gesI must    ye droop   a
- gain? Mak- erI shall we    rash - 
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While this day,    in  fee - tal throng, Mil-lions  swell the  pa - triot's
so  , Shall not  we   thy notes pro 
Dear. to   me     the South's fair land, Dear the    cen - tral moun-tain
 bN, Dear New - England's rock - y 
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By    our  corn - mon  pa - rent tongue, By   our hopes, bright, buoy - ant,
young,  By  the  tie    of cairn - r 
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No!I re - eeive   our sol - emn   vow, While be - fore     thy tbrene we
   bow,   Ev - er     to    main-tan  as 
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