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Duration = 2'34"

No. 61 from WOODLAND WARBLINGS

The Green Lanes of England


Words by
Charles Mackay
(1814-1889)

Music by
Joseph Philbrick Webster
(1819-1875)

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the green lanes of
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Eng - land
the
long sum - mers day
Eng - land though dear to
us
then,
Eng - land, wher - ev - er
we roam

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The Green Lanes of England

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will,
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may;
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song
grief
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that the
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Night - in - gale
smile
could not
so - - - ber - er

the blooms
oer the
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our child - hood, the

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mocked thesweet
world had no
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hedge - rows that


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sung;
cure;
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tumn we
the green
may
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knew
leaves,
fair,

sky
ha - zel
nuts hid - den
breathed the young hopes in our
beau - - ties and gran - deur that

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O - ther lands

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where the
in
the
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calm
sum - mer
balm
breath - ing

grew
eves,
air,

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deep
in the shade,
Or with shout - ing and cheer when the
bos - omes that burned; Or in
loves gen - tle eyes, read the
charm or
ap - pall;
But to
young and to
old, till our

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Christ - mas drew near.


ten - - der
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hearts shall grow cold,

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of the
the fond
lanes of

ripe rud - dy
pas - sion. we
Eng - land, be

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hol - ly we strayed.
fond - ly re - turned.
dear - er than all.

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Benjamin Robert Tubb, Finale Engraver


Thursday, 24 March 2011

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