Weep Not for the Slain, O Columbia

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LOYAL LYRICS BY MRS. O. N. HASKINS.

Weep Not for the Slain, O Columbia. SONG AND CHORUS.

They Sleep in the far Sunny Southland. SONG AND CHORUS

CHICAGO: Published by H. M. Higgins, 117 Randolph St.

Entered according to Act of Congress, A.D. 1865, by H. M. Higgins in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.


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"Weep Not for the Slain, O Columbia."

Mrs. O. N. Haskins.

Piano

1. Weep not for the slain, O Columbia Mourn not for thy glorified son--Our 2. He's gone, but his deeds are immortal. The great and the good never die; In

Entered according to Act of Congress A. D. 1865, by H. M. HIGGINS, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.


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Lincoln, dear Liberty's saviour, The crown of the victor has won. millions of hearts he'll be living, When wrong shall have vanish'd away.

He's gone to the "beautiful city," That lies o'er the river, cold; He's He's gone where are pleasures undying, Where his toil-weary spirit may rest, As he

singing the songs of the angels, And walking the streets of gold. roams thro' the gardens Elysian, In the beautiful home of he blest.


Weep not for the Slain,O Columbia


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Soprano.

He's gone to the "beautiful city," That lies o'er the river, cold; He's He's gone where are pleasures undying, Where his toil-weary spirit may rest, As

Tenor

He's gone to the "beautiful city," That lies o'er the river, cold; He's He's gone where are pleasures undying, Where his toil-weary spirit may rest, As he

singing the songs of the angels, And walking the streets of gold. roams thro' the gardens Elysian, In the beautiful home of the blest.

singing the songs of the angels, And walking the streets of gold. roams thro' the gardens Elysian, In the beautiful home of the blest.

Weep not for the Slain, O Columbia

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