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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music

Titles

I never was meant for the sea /
I never was so happy in my life /
I no longer am Annetta - Io non sono piu L'Annetta /
I offer thee no treasur'd gold /
I often sigh in sadness /
I once had a sweet little doll, dears /
I once had a sweet little doll, dears [and] When all the world .. /
I once was a stranger /
I only just wanted to know you know /
I only just wish for a beau, ballad /
I only sing for pleasure /
I ought to write to mother to night /
I own the tear that steals /
I paddle my own canoe /
I pray for the loved ones at home /
I press her eyelids softly down /
I puritani /
I really can't refuse /
I really can't sit down [from] The Major /
I really must be in the fashion, comic song, op. 123 /
I received your letter darling /
I remember how my childhood fleeted by, ballad /
I remember how my childhood fleeted by, with variations /
I remember the hour when we parted /
I remember, I remember /
I remember, I remember! /
I rest in thy love /
I rest me, O my saviour! /
I return all your letters but one /
I roamed o'er the sea - Ich fuhr ber meer /
I said to my love /
I sang mother into heaven /
I saw Esau /
I saw a bright star falling - Schwanenlied /
I saw from the beach /
I saw from the beach; Irish melody /
I saw her at the window sadly weeping /
I saw her glide before me, ballad /
I saw her in a dream last night /
I saw her on the vessel's deck /
I saw my love in dreams last night /
I saw thee but an hour /
I saw thee in the festive hall /
I saw thee weep /
I saw thee weep - Ich sah' dich weinen /
I saw them do it /
I saw two maids at kirk /
I saw you last night in a dream /
I say Cally! don't you lose your temper /
I scream; or, Ice cream /
I see her at the window /
I see her still in my dreams, ballad /
I see thee sweetly smile, ballad /
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 seek thy bower /
I seen her at de window.
I set my heart upon a flower /
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 not see thy face 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 for the hours that once were mine, a ballad /
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 spare that aged tree, or, The woodman's reply /
I speak not, I trace not /
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 have thought of thee, ballad /
I still must think of thee /
I still think of thee! /
I still weep oe'r thy grave Mary, ballad /
I stole a kiss /
I stood on the shore /

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