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��On the bank the pale moon shone ; Rest - ed light as o • cean foam ;

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��On my lips a whisper trembled,

Trembled till it dared to come ; And 'twas from Aunt Dinah's quilting party,

I was seeing Ne/lie home.

��On my life new hopes were dawning, And those hopes have lived and grown ;

And 'twas from Aunt Dinah's quilting party, I was seeing Nellie home.

��Courrieht, 1856, by J. S. Paiki. Copyright, 1884, by J. Flstcbeb.

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