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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1820-1860

Titles

I have loved thee dearly ever /
I have no joy but in thy smile /
I have no mother now /
I have riches thou hast beauty [from] Love Spell /
I have something sweet to tell you /
I have something sweet to tell you! Or, I'm talking in my sleep /
I have something sweet to tell you, beautiful ballad /
I have something sweet to tell you, or, I am talking in my sleep /
I have something sweet to tell you, or, I'm talking in my sleep /
I have something sweet to tell you, with variations, op. 368 /
I have waited for thy coming, ballad /
I have wander'd thro' many a clime, or, The land of liberty, a ballad /
I have wandered alone, ballad /
I hear a small bird calling /
I hear the hoofs, or, The lost child.
I hear thy words so tender /
I heard thy fate without a tear /
I knew a maiden fair /
I knew thou would'st return /
I know he'll come to-night /
I know not why I love thee, ballad /
I know that my Redeemer lived /
I know that my Redeemer liveth from the oratorio of the Messiah /
I know that my redeemer liveth from the oratorio of the Messiah /
I know that we must part /
I know thou art not changed to me /
I know thou hast gone, ballad /
I know who, ballad /
I lately watched a budding flower /
I live for thee /
I live for thee only, ballad /
I long for New England /
I long for my home in Kentuck /
I look to thy love /
I love and I am happy, ballad /
I love her, tho' basely my heart she betray'd, ballad [from] the opera Luli, or, The Switzer's bride /
I love my native land /
I love the church that Christ has given /
I love the flower's, ballad /
I love the free /
I love the heights of Brooklyn, new national ballad /
I love the kind ones at home /
I love the lighted ball room /
I love the merry sunshine, with variations /
I love the night /
I love the old /
I love the old songs /
I love the sea /
I love the snow! /
I love thee better now /
I love thee better now, a ballad /
I love thee dear Erin /
I love thee dearest brother /
I love thee fondly dearest, ballad /
I love thee fondly true from the opera of Hermion /
I love thee mine own one, ballad /
I love thee not for rosy cheek, ballad /
I love thee oh Clori /
I love thee still evening, a ballad /
I love thee tenderly = Amor si tenero /
I love thee well, ballad /
I love thee, thou bright sunny south /
I love thee_oh, I love thee! /
I love to gaze on beauty's cheek, ballad /
I love to look in those dreamy eyes /
I love to sing /
I love to sing and play /
I love, and will adore thee, a duetto.
I loved thee first in early youth /
I loved thee not in fortune's hour, ballad /
I loved thee too dearly /
I loved thee when in earlier years /
I make me no gaudy chaplet, with brilliant variations, op. 46 /
I may not love thee /
I may not meet thee /
I met a lily in the vale /
I met thee when my heart was free /
I miss thee /
I miss thee each lone hour /
I miss thee from my side, belov'd, ballad /
I mourn thee - but I love no more! Ballad /
I mourn thee but I love no more /
I mourn thee in sadness /
I mourn thee, but I love no more /
I must be singing, singing /
I must be singing, singing, or, Jenny Lind's song /
I ne'er can love again, a page's romance /
I ne'er on that lip /
I never can be thine, ballad /
I never can forget thee, ballad /
I never gave thee cause, ballad /
I never have been false to thee /
I never have been false to thee! Ballad /
I never have been false to thee, a ballad /
I never have been false to thee, ballad /
I never have loved thee, a favorite ballad /
I never loved but thee, ballad /
I offer thee no treasur'd gold /
I often sigh in sadness /
I only just wish for a beau, ballad /

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