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

Titles

I own the tear that steals /
I paddle my own canoe /
I pray for the loved ones at home /
I really must be in the fashion, comic song, op. 123 /
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 saw her at the window sadly weeping /
I saw her glide before me, ballad /
I saw her on the vessel's deck /
I saw thee but an hour /
I saw thee in the festive hall /
I saw thee weep /
I see her at the window /
I see her still in my dreams, ballad /
I see thee sweetly smile, ballad /
I seek thy bower /
I seen her at de window.
I set my heart upon a flower /
I shall not see thy face again /
I sigh for the hours that once were mine, a ballad /
I spare that aged tree, or, The woodman's reply /
I speak not, I trace not /
I still have thought of thee, ballad /
I still weep oe'r thy grave Mary, ballad /
I stood on the shore /
I strive to forget thee /
I swing my hat in glee /
I take your hand in mine Willie, ballad /
I think of thee.
I think of thee and mem'ry flings /
I think of thee at even-tide, ballad /
I think of thee at eventide /
I think of thee when winter binds /
I think of thee! A ballad /
I think of thee! Wilt thou think of me /
I thought he was jesting for sure, ballad /
I turn my steps to home, ballad /
I turn to thee, ballad /
I wait for thee Mary = Verborgene liebe, ballad, op. 50 /
I wait for thee Mary, ballad, op. 50 /
I waited by the gate, love, ballad /
I wandered by the brookside.
I wandered in the woodland /
I wandered on the sea beat shore, shells of ocean /
I want a beau! Ballad /
I want a wife, or, The bachelor's invitation /
I want a wife, or, The bachelor's invitations /
I watch for thee serenade /
I watch'd the dew upon the grass /
I went to gather flowers, ballad /
I will love thee to the last Mary, ballad /
I will not breathe thy name /
I will not deem thee faithless, romance [from] the opera The syren /
I will not leave my mountain cot, ballad /
I will not love /
I will often think of thee /
I will return to thee /
I wish I could remember /
I wish I had a little bird /
I wish I was in ole Varginny.
I wish I were a fairy queen /
I wish he would decide mamma, a ballad /
I wish somebody'd come /
I wish to be like a bee /
I wish you would propose, or, The leap year /
I wonder if she loves me.
I woo thee not as others woo, or, I love thee more /
I would I were a child again, or, The old oak tree /
I would I were a favorite flower /
I would I were a girl again, ballad /
I would I were a star /
I would be a soldier still from the opera Joan of Arc /
I would be near thee /
I would not die at all /
I would not die in spring time, ballad /
I would not die in springtime /
I would not die in winter /
I would not have thee young again /
I would not have thee young again, ballad /
I would not live always /
I would tell her I love her ballad /
I would that I were there /
I' ai d' l'argent, a favorite French rondo /
I'd like to live in yonder star, a ballad /
I'd offer thee this hand of mine /
I'd offer thee this hand of mine, ballad /
I'd offer thee this hand of mine, with easy and brilliant variations /
I'd offer thee this hand, with variations /
I'd offer thee this heart /
I'd weep with thee [from] Oberon /
I'll build for thee an altar /
I'll cling to thee /
I'll do as much for you, ballad /
I'll dream of thee at even tide /
I'll dream of thee no more, ballad /
I'll follow thee, ballad /
I'll give thee a place in my heart /
I'll hang my harp on a willow tree.
I'll hang my harp on a willow tree, with brilliant variations, op. 591 /

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