Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
The conqueror, pp. -159
WESTWARD, HoI "Dedicated to Mrs. A L. P., Helena City, Montana." Miss NEVA PARKHILL. C. E. LEsLE. t. West-ward, ho! thy feet are go - ing Far a - way from home and me, To a land where skies are blending, One sweet promise gives to thee. 2.West-ward, hot thy fan-cies lead thee 0 - ver wide and bar - ren fields, All the ut-most earth can yield thee, Is the met - al dross she y,ields. - -1--I--f----,- I I I I I N - 1 1- ; I - -1 1 1 1 - ; 7 0 3. When thy feet are toil - ing on-ward, O'er a strange and des - ert land, Will thy thoughts go stray-ing backward To thy home in east -ern lands? Chorus. ir West-ward ho, yes, west-ward ho! Oh, 'tisblending with thy dreams. Westward ho, yes, west-ward ho! Driv - ing out the old home scenes. L~~ 4 L 44 L ~ 7 - V_ West-ward ho, yes, west-ward hot Oh, 'tisblending with thy dreams. Westward ho, yes, west-ward ho! Driv-ing out the old home scenes. -- I---- -4 - -- --- J - - O Z .-1 - r 1 -_rV - - - _a_ __- ----k I !
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