I See Her Still in my Dreams

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Melody - Stephen Foster, 1857; Seq. by Benjamin R. Tubb
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Stephen Foster, 1857

While the flow'rs bloom in gladness and spring bird rejoice
There's a void in our household of one gentle voice.
The form of a loved one hath passed from the light,
But the sound of her footfall returns with the night;
Chorus:
|: For I see her still in my dreams, :|
Though her smiles have departed
From the meadows and the streams.
|: I see her still in my dreams, :|
Though her smiles have departed
From the meadows and the streams.

2. Though her voice once familiar hath gone from the day
And her smiles from the sunlight have faded away,
Though I wake to a scene now deserted and bleak,
In my visions I find the lost form that I seek;
Chorus:

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