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The Hour for Thee and Me
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(published by Firth, Pond & Co., N. Y., 1852)
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When day breaks forth on the dewy lawn,
And all seems mirth and glee,
When birds their sweetest songs awake
Is the hour for thee and me
The hour for thee and me,
The hour for thee and me,
When birds their sweetest songs awake
Is the hour for thee and me.
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When perfumes from the closing flowers
Are wafted o’er the lea,
And vespers float upon the gale,
Is the hour for thee and me,
The hour for thee and me,
The hour for thee and me,
When vespers float upon the gale
Is the hour for thee and me.
When night be holds her starry realm
Reflected on the sea,
When moonbeams dance upon the rill,
Is the hour for thee and me,
The hour for thee and me,
The hour for thee and me,
When moonbeams dance upon the rill,
Is the hour for thee and me.
   
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