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218 Im a moment i was looking on a world so bright an fair whhich was full of little childresn and they seemed so happy there. (5) They were singing sweets mother than can sing our yellow bird and uhile my breath was holiday one so bught from me smiled and i knew it must be jesus, when he said come here my child. come up he little bessie come up here and live with me. (6) oh how much i live you mother but i fell so strong to might and the mother pressed her closer to her over furdened breast on the heart so mean to breaking lay the head so was to rest i m the solom hour of midnight in the darkness calm and deep lying on her mother bosom little bessie fell as lup. she was fred in old kentucky she was fred in old kentucky when a lad i stood one day by a cottage far away and to that day all nature seemed more grand. for my sue with blushes red had just promised to be wed and i'd come to ask her mother for her hemd, as i told the old old tale, of a love that.
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