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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1870-1885

Titles

I say Cally! don't you lose your temper /
I scream; or, Ice cream /
I see thy sweet face in my dreams /
I see two lilies, white as snow /
I see waltz /
I seek her face in vain /
I shaded mine eys /
I shall be satisfied, O Lord! /
I shall never be happy again /
I shall never see the summer flow'rs again /
I shall return again /
I shall sing in heaven /
I shot an arrow into the air [alto or baritone] /
I shot an arrow into the air [soprano or tenor] /
I should like to /
I should say so! /
I should smile /
I should'nt like to say /
I sigh for my dear little cottage again /
I sigh my soul to thee [bass] /
I sigh my soul to thee [soprano and contralto] /
I simply nodded, yes /
I sing beneath your lattice love /
I sing the birth was born to-night; Christmas carol /
I sing the mighty power of God /
I sing the song of a sparkling eye /
I sit within the cellar here - Im tiefem keller sitz' ich hier /
I softly dream /
I sought the Lord /
I spy the wolf /
I stand beside a lonely grave /
I stand on memory's golden shore /
I stand upon the beach alone /
I still am waiting - J'attends encore [alto or bass] /
I still am waiting - J'attends encore [soprano or tenor] /
I still cherish the shells that we gathered /
I still must think of thee /
I still think of thee! /
I stole a kiss /
I stood on the shore /
I strolled in woods through weeds and grass /
I tells it to Cripps the marine [from] Billee Taylor /
I think I've said enough /
I think of thee /
I think on thee - Ich denke dein /
I think when I read that sweet story of old [and] Going home /
I think when I read that sweet story of old; Carol /
I thought my Willie true to me /
I thought she was an angel /
I thought you loved me /
I tickled her under the chin /
I told him to stop but he wouldn't /
I told him to stop but he wouldn't; Waltz /
I took her to the ball /
I trust in God; Credo /
I trust you will excuse /
I trust you'll pardon me /
I vish I was de mayor /
I wait and watch for thee /
I wait for thee /
I wait thy coming /
I waited for the Lord [and] My song shall be of mercy /
I waited for the Lord [from] Hymn of praise /
I waited patient for the Lord /
I wander 'mid the flowers /
I wander'd near the old home /
I wandered by the brook-side /
I wandered by the brookside /
I wandered by the riverside, march /
I wandered far /
I wandered far abroad /
I wandered to the hillside, John! /
I want a heart /
I want to be a brakesman /
I want to be somebody's darling /
I want to end my days with thee /
I want to go home to mamma /
I want to kiss papa good night /
I want to see Mamma once more /
I want to see her face again /
I want to see the dear old home /
I want to see the old home /
I wanted that badly! /
I wants to see de dear ole home once more /
I wants to see ole Massa fo' I die /
I was an orphan boy /
I was but a little lamb /
I was dreaming, darling Kathleen /
I was drifting, slowly drifting /
I was not false to thee /
I was thinking of you, dearest /
I was wandering and weary [and] Hear my prayer /
I watch and wait for thee /
I wept while I was dreaming /
I whispered I'd something sweet to tell you /
I will answer in a whisper /
I will arise /
I will arise and go to my Father /
I will arise! /
I will be home to-night, love /

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