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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music

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We smile and speak as we pass by /
We soon shall meet again /
We speak of her as one long gone /
We stand in deep repentance /
We stood beside the window, ballad /
We stood beside the window, op. 155 /
We thank thee for rest /
We tune our happy voices /
We two alone /
We two have been like brothers /
We two; Polka /
We want freedom in old Ireland, where our shamrock grows /
We watched her breathing /
We weep for our hero; Gen. U. S. Grant /
We were boys and girls together /
We were boys and girls together, ballad /
We were boys together, a ballad /
We were children then /
We were comrades together in the days of the war /
We were girls together, ballad /
We will be friends for ever! /
We will bear thee hence to night /
We will cling to Jesus [and] The beautiful land /
We will love this nation /
We will meet at the rink to-night /
We will meet by the beautiful gate /
We will set old Ireland free! /
We will vote as we pray /
We will walk in the streets of the city /
We will wander by the streamlet /
We won't go home till morning, a favorite glee /
We won't leave the farm /
We would leave it to thee /
We yet shall meet again, a ballad /
We'd better be happy than rich! /
We'd better bide a wee! /
We'd better bide awee /
We'd better bide awee [and] Carnival of Venice /
We'd surely miss the baby /
We'll all meet again in the morning land /
We'll all meet at home /
We'll all vote for Blaine /
We'll be each other's joy and pride! /
We'll bear the cross /
We'll bid farewell /
We'll bide together still! /
We'll deck their graves with May flowers /
We'll e'er be true /
We'll ever keep thy memory green; Memorial hymn /
We'll gather on the old camp ground /
We'll gather on the summer shore /
We'll go no more a roving, a ballad /
We'll go to sea no more /
We'll hail the bright and sunny morn /
We'll have a little dance to night.
We'll hunt the buffalo! /
We'll laugh and sing from La Traviata /
We'll march once more, my boys /
We'll marry by and by /
We'll meet above - Auf Wiedersehn /
We'll meet again in other days, no. 206, op. 179 /
We'll meet again, or, The echo /
We'll meet in de light of de moon /
We'll meet in heaven at last /
We'll meet in the by and by /
We'll meet no more! /
We'll miss you, dear brother /
We'll neber hear de banjo play again /
We'll never grow too old to love /
We'll never have license again /
We'll not be trodden down /
We'll not forget you mother /
We'll paint the town red /
We'll pledge anew our friendship true /
We'll put Garfield in the chair /
We'll raise de roof to-night /
We'll rally round the right /
We'll shout for Blaine and Logan boys /
We'll stand by Garfield's friend /
We'll triumph by and by /
We'll vote for Blaine the man from Maine /
We'll vote for Garfield /
We're a band of pilgrims /
We're afloat on the river /
We're afloat, or, The midshipman's farewell /
We're all at home /
We're all at home, or, When the evening shadows /
We're all here; or, Do thy self no harm /
We're all young fellows bran' new [from] Mulligan guard ball /
We're coming /
We're coming sister Mary /
We're going home /
We're going home to-morrow /
We're going home tomorrow /
We're growing old together Maud! /
We're marching to that happy land /
We're nearing to the river; or The promised land /
We're out upon the moonlight wave, ballad /
We're out upon the moonlit wave, ballad /
We're the boys /

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