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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music

Titles

I'm thinking my darling of thee! /
I'm thinking of my Highland home /
I'm thinking of my childhood's days, or, Passing thoughts /
I'm thinking of the cross /
I'm thinking of the past, Maggie /
I'm thinking on thy smile Mary /
I'm thinking on thy smile Mary, the drunkard's lament! /
I'm thinking to-day of the time, Nell /
I'm told you carry a pop /
I'm too delicate to work [from] The Widow /
I'm trab'ling back again /
I'm twenty five /
I'm waiting an answer from thee /
I'm waiting and watching, my darling /
I'm waiting for a letter, love! /
I'm waiting for a song /
I'm waiting for my sailor boy; Ballad /
I'm waiting for thee, darling! /
I'm waiting for thy coming steps /
I'm waiting my sailor lad's coming /
I'm waiting sweet darling /
I'm waiting to hear from you darling /
I'm wandering in distant lands /
I'm watching for thee darling /
I'm wearin' awa' /
I'm weary, so weary /
I'm weepin in de cotton fields /
I'm weeping o'er my roses, a ballad /
I'm what you call a military man! /
I'm with thee every hour /
I'm with you in my dreams, ballad /
I'm working that racket myself /
I's left de old plantation /
I's lootin' out for you /
I'se Uncle Pompey still /
I'se a waitin' an' a listenin' /
I'se comin' close to eighty year /
I'se going far away /
I'se gwine back to Dixie /
I'se gwine home /
I'se gwine in de valley /
I'se gwine on to Canaan; Humorous end song /
I'se gwine to Alabama /
I'se gwine to get home byme by /
I'se gwine to leave old Dixie /
I'se gwine to mourn no more /
I'se happy night and day /
I'se so glad /
I've a home by the sea /
I've a home in the valley /
I've a home in the woods /
I've a kiss for you, darling /
I've a letter from home /
I've a letter from my darling /
I've battled on so many years /
I've been photographed like this /
I've been roaming, rondo /
I've been too good a friend /
I've been upon the briny deep /
I've been waiting Peggy dear /
I've been waiting for thee /
I've been waiting, darling Minnie! /
I've been watching for thee at the window /
I've called you back again Kathleen /
I've called you back again, Kathleen /
I've come for dinner Kate /
I've courted all the girls I know /
I've gathered them in; or, The old grave digger /
I've gazed on beauty's brow /
I've got a letter; Ballad /
I've got him on the list /
I've got him on the list [from] Mikado /
I've got him on the list [from] The Mikado /
I've heard my own dear mother sing, a ballad /
I've heard thy voice in saddest hours /
I've journey'd over many lands, ballad /
I've just been down to the bank /
I've kissed her lips in dreams /
I've kisses from over the sea /
I've laid you in the grave mother /
I've left the snow-clad hills /
I've lost my darling little girl /
I've loved but cannot love again /
I've loved thee long, or, Why this coolness now /
I've no abiding place /
I've no mother now /
I've not a thought but what is thine, ballad /
I've nothing in the world but you /
I've only been out with the boys /
I've only just found out /
I've promised not to tell /
I've some thing rare to tell you /
I've something sweet to tell you /
I've wander'd afar from the land of my birth /
I've wandered by the hut side /
I've wandered east, I've wandered west, Scotch ballad /
I. Dreistimmige messe /
The I. O. O. F. Encampment grand march /
I. O. O. F., Friendship, love, and truth /
I.O. of O.F. /

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