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AT DAWNING 


When the dawn flames in the sky, 
I love you; 

When the birdlings wake and cry, 
I love you; 

When the swaying blades of corn 
Whisper soft at breaking morn 
Love to me anew is born, 

I love you. 


Dawn and dew proclaim my dream, 

I love you; 

Chant the birds one thrilling theme, 
I love you; 

All the sounds of morning meet, 
Break in yearning at your feet, 
Come and answer, come,my sweet, 

I love you. 

Nelle Richmond Eherhart 


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AT DAWNING 

(I LOVE YOU) 



NELLE RICHMOND EBERHART 


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Chosen by these <l. Artists from their own repertoire 


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MY FAVORITE FRENCH SONGS 

Books I and 11, each for High Voice, Low Voice 

The great singer here gathers together her fifty- 
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