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" Whose bosom can never recover The light it hath lost : As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see ; As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest ! remember me. "
The New-York Visitor and Lady's Album - Page 45
1842
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The Universal Irish Song Book: A Complete Collection of the Songs and ...

Patrick John Kenedy - 1898 - 512 pages
...can never recover The light it has lost. As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see — As a sister remembers a brother, Oh! Dearest, remember me! I'd be thy true lover, Dearest, Couldst thou smile on me ! I would be the fondest and nearest That...
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The Collegians: A Tale of Garryowen

Gerald Griffin - 1904 - 452 pages
...can never recover The light it has lost — As the young bride remembers the mothet She loves, though she never may see — As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest ! remember me. IIL Could I be thy true lover, dearest, Couldst thou smile on me, I would be the fondest and nearest...
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The Home Book of Verse, American and English, 1580-1918, Volume 1

1918 - 2030 pages
...bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, O Dearest, remember me! Could I be thy true lover, Dearest!...I would be the fondest and nearest That ever loved thce: But a cloud on my pathway is glooming That never must burst upon thine; And heaven, that made...
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