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

The conqueror,   pp. [11]-159


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R. H. RANDALL.
i. Now the day      de - part - ing, Tints the west - ern  sky,
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2. Soft the dews of even -ing, Weep for days gone       by;
ore.
3. Thus our day   de - clin - eth; Age comes creeping  on,
With a gold - en splen - dor, Charm-ing ev' - ry eye.
But the dawn  of morn- ing, Glad-dens ev -,'ry eye.
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dim.
May we    nev - er   sor - row  For  the mo-ments gone.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING.
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x. Christmas is com-ing so mer -ry and gay,  Na-ture is mantled iii white,   Children are ea - ger-ly waiting the day, Sing-ing from morning till night.
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2. Thousands of voices so joy - ful-ly swell, Children are sporting in glee,  Prais - es of San - ta Claus ea-ger-ly tell,  Ra-di.- ant fa-ces  I  see.
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