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Now the joys of the road are chiefly these
Now the laborer's task is o'er
Now the lusty spring is seen
Now the rite is duly done.
Now the Widow McGee .
Now what is Love, I pray thee, tell
Now winter nights enlarge

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o O! a wonderful stream is the River Time.

399 O bear him where the rain can fall..

3366 O blithe New-comer! I have heard..

1490 O Brignall banks are wild and fair..

2626 O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done.

3395 "O come and be my mate!” said the Eagle to the Hen.

1830 "O crikey, Bill!” she ses to me, she ses.

1885 O, dinna ask me gin I lo'e ye.

1129 O, do not wanton with those eyes.

570 O don't be sorrowful, darling.

1186 earth, lie heavily upon her eyes

1224 O faint, delicious, spring-time violet.

1456 0, Falmouth is a fine town with ships in the bay..

3031 O, father's gone to market-town, he was up before the day. 1322 for some honest lover's ghost..

580 O Friend! I know not which way I must look.

2165 O gentle, gentle summer rain..

1395 O Goddess! hear these tuneless numbers, wrung.

2978 O happy Sleep! thou bear'st upon thy breast..

3026 happy Thames that didst my Stella bear.

1 202 O have ye nae heard o' the fause Sakelde.

2001 O hush thee, my babie, thy sire was a knight.

78 0, inexpressible as sweet.

646 O, it is great for our country to die, where ranks are contending... 2231 O joys of love and joys of fame.

1257 O King of Terrors, whose unbounded sway.

3195 O, lay thy hand in mine, dear..

1194 O leave this barren spot to me.

1366 O lend to me, sweet nightingale.

551 0, let the solid ground. .

481 O, like a queen's her happy tread.

559 O listen, listen, ladies gay..

2621 O little town of Bethlehem.

197 O lonesome sea-gull, floating far

1474 O Love, if you were here.

961 0, love is not a summer mood.

488 O Love, whose patient pilgrim feet.

1192 O lovers' eyes are sharp to see.

1031 "O Mary, go and call the cattle home'

1573 O melancholy Bird, a winter's day..

1492 O Mary, at thy window be...

671 O merry may the maid be..

742 O mistress mine, where are you roaming.

910 O my dark Rosaleen.

2177 O, my luve's like a red, red rose.

926 O, Nancy, wilt thou go with me.

596 O nature! I do not aspire.

1 257 O, never say that I was false of heart.

I215 O nightingale that on yon bloomy spray

1502 O nightingale! thou surely art

1496 O, Paddy dear, and did ye hear the news that's goin' round


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O Paradise, O Paradise..
O Queen, awake to thy renown.
O reader! hast thou ever stood to see.
O rowan tree, O rowan tree, thou'lt aye be dear to me,
O ruddier than the cherry.
O sairly may I rue the day.
O saw ye bonny Lesley.
O saw ye not fair Ines..
O, saw ye the lass wi' the bonnie blue een.
O say, can you see, by the dawn's early light.
O say, my fluttering heart.
O say what is that thing called Light
O ship incoming from the sea.
O singer of Persephone...
O singer of the field and fold..
O spring, I know thee! Seek for sweet surprise.
O still, white face of perfect peace.
O Swallow, Swallow, flying, flying South,
O swan of slenderness..
O sweet delight, () more than human bliss.
O sweet wild April. .
O tell me, little children, have you seen her.
O that joy so soon should waste..
O that the chemist's magic art.
O that the pines which crown yon steep.
O that those lips had language! Life has passed.
O that 'twere possible. .
( the gallant fisher's life.
O the green things growing, the green things growing.
O the Raggedy man! He works fer Pa..
O Thou great Friend to all the sons of men.
0 Thou unknown Almighty Cause.
O thou! whosc fancies from afar are brought.
O Thou, whose glorious orbs on high...
O Thou with dewy locks, who lookest down.
O Time, who know'st a lenient hand to lay.
O turn away those cruel eyes,
O Twilight, Twilight! evermore to hear.
( waly, waly up the bank.
O well I love the Spring...
() well is me, my gay gos-hawk'

were my Love yon lilac fair.
“() wha will shoe my bonny foot"
O what a plague is love..
O what can ail thee, Knight-at-arms.
“O) where hae ye been, Lord Randal, my son
( white priest of Eternity, around..
( white, white, light moon, that sailest in the sky,
O, whither sail you, Sir John Franklin..
O wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn's being.
O will ye choose to hear the news,
O willow, why forever wecp.
O winds that blow across the sea.
( world, be nobler, for her sake.
O, you plant the pain in my heart with your wistful eyes
O, young Lochinvar is come out of the west.
October gave a party.
Of a' the airts the wind can blaw
Of a' the festivals we hear..
Of Adam's first wife, Lilith, it is told,
Of all the birds from East to West.
Of all the flowers rising now....

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PAGE Of all the girls that are so smart.

739 Of all the merry little birds that live up in the tree.

134 Of all the rides since the birth of time.

2378 Of all the ships upon the blue.

2112 Of all the torments, all the cares.

804 Of-all the thoughts of God that are.

3200 Of all the wimming doubly blest.

2017 Of Heaven and Hell I have no power to sing.

2901 Of my ould loves, of their ould ways.

1099 Of Nelson and the North..

2374 Of old sat Freedom on the heights.

2163 Of old the Muses sat on high..

2017 Of priests we can offer a charming variety. Of this fair volume which we World do name.

1255 Of worthy Captain Lovewell I purpose now to sing.

2345 Off with your hat! along the street.

1775 Oft has it been my lot to mark..

1807 Oft have I walked these woodland paths.

1357 Oft I had heard of Lucy Gray.

274 Oft in the stilly night..

438 Often I have heard it said.

660 Often I think of the beautiful town. Often rebuked, yet always back returning.

2796 Oh, a dainty plant is the Ivy green.

1443 Oh, Bisham Banks are fresh and fair.

2501 Oh, bless the law that veils the Future's face.

311 Oh, breathe not his name! let it sleep in the shade.

3375 Oh, days of beauty standing veiled apart.

1329 Oh, did you see him riding down. .

771 Oh, earlier shall the rosebuds blow..

3172 Oh, Earth and Ileaven are far apart. .

073 Oh, England is a pleasant place for them that's rich and high. 1584 Oh, for an hour when the day is breaking..

631 Oh for one hour of youthful joy..

445 Oh Galuppi, Baldassare, this is very sad to find.

2047 Oh grieve not, ladies, is at night..

838 Oh, hark the pulses of the night..

1130 Oh, hark to the brown thrush! hear how he sings,

1533 Oh, heard ye yon pibroch sound sad in the gale.

2628 Oh, if the world were mine, Love..

714 Oh, if you love her.....

1137 Oh, it's twenty gallant gentlemen.

2713 Oh! leave the past to bury its own dead.

1225 Oh, loosen the snood that you wear, Janette..

1084 Oh! lose the winter from thine heart, the darkness from thine eyes.. 1116 Oh, lovely Mary Donnelly, it's you I love the best.

536 Oh, masters, you who rule the world.

2805 Oh may I join the choir invisible.

3265 Oh mother of a mighty race.

2131 Oh, my laddie, my laddie.

654 Oh, Peterkin Pout and Gregory Grout.

157 “Oh! rise up, Willy Reilly, and come alone with me

2574 Oh! rosy as the lining of a shell..

310 Oh! say not woman's heart is bought.

473 Oh! say you so, bold sailor..

1487 Oh sing unto my roundelay

1042 Oh! snatched away in beauty's bloom..

1052 Oh, talk not to me of a name great in story,

340 Oh, that last day in Lucknow fort.

2413 Oh! that we two were Maying.

365 Oh, the auld house, the auld house.

3036 On the Broom, the yellow Broom.


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Oh! the days are gone, when Beauty bright...
Oh the grave and gloomy quiet at the closing of the day.
Oh, the littles that remain..
Oh, the Roman was a rogue.
Oh, the sweet contentment.
Oh! the wee green neuk! the sly green neuk.
Oh, there are those, a sordid clan.
“Oh, 'tis time I should talk to your mother
Oh, to be in England....
Oh, to come home once more, when the dusk is falling.
Oh, were you ne'er a schoolboy..
Oh wha are sae happy as me an' my Moggy.
Oh, whar shill we go w'en de great day comes.
Oh, what a set of vagabundos...
“Oh, what hae ye brought us hame now, my brave lord”.
Oh, what know they of harbors..
Oh where! and oh where is your Highland laddie gone.
Oh! where do fairies hide their heads.
Oh, where will be the birds that sing..
Oh, wherefore come ye forth, in triumph from the North..
Oh! who is that poor foreigner that lately came to town.
Oh, who will follow old Ben Milam into San Antonio.
Oh, who would stay indoor, indoor..
Oh, why left I my hame.
Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud..
Oh, wilt thou have my hand, dear, to lie along in thine.
Oh, Wing Tee Wee...
Oh ye wha are sae guid yoursel'.
Old Birch, who taught the village school.
Old Books are best! With what delight.
Old England's sons are English yet.
Old friend of mine, you were dear to my heart.
Old Grimes is dead; that good old man.
Old King Cole was a merry old soul..
Old Mother Hubbard. .
Old Mother Twitchett had but one eye.
Old Sorrow I shall meet again..
Old wine to drink..
Old Winter sad, in snow yclad.
On a day, alack the day..
On either side the river lie.
On gossamer nights when the moon is low.
On his death-bed poor Lubin lies.
On Linden, when the sun was low..
On long, serene midsummer days.
On parent knees, a naked new-born child.
On Richmond Hill there lives a lass.
On the banks of Allen Water...
On the Coast of Coromandel.
On the eighth of March it was, some people say
On the Sabbath-day.
On the sea and at the Hogue, sixteen hundred ninety-two.
On these white cliffs, that calm above the flood
On wan dark night on Lac St. Pierre..
On Wenlock Edge the wood's in trouble..
Once did I love and yet I live. ...
Once did my thoughts both ebb and flow.
Once did she hold the gorgeous East in fee.
Once in a dream I saw the flowers.
Once in a golden hour..
Once in Persia, reigned a King..
Once more the Heavenly Power.


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Once on a time I used to dream.

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary 2084
Once, when I was little, as the summer night was falling.

One by one the sands are flowing..

One cup for my self-hood..

One day, I mind me, now that she is dead.

One day I wrote her name upon the strand.

One day, it thundered and lightened.

One day, mamma said, “Conrad dear".

One day, through the primeval wood.

One for her Club and her own Latch-key fights.

One honest John Tomkins, a hedger and ditcher.

One little minute more, Maud..

One misty, moisty morning.

One more unfortunate..

One morning, oh! so early, my beloved, my beloved.

One night came on a hurricane..

One night came Winter noiselessly and leaned.

One night I lay asleep in Africa..

One other bitter drop to drink..

One pale November day...

One rubber plant can never make a home.

One, two..

One ugly trick has often spoiled.
One, who is not, we see: but one, whom we see not, is.

One word is too often profaned.

One year ago,-a ringing voice.
Only a baby small....

Only a touch; and nothing more..

Only tell her that I love.

Only to find forever, blest..

Open the old cigar-box, get me a Cuba stout.

Or ever the knightly years were gone..

Orphan hours, the year is dead. ...

O'Ryan was a man of might.

Others abide our question. Thou art free.

Oui, l'æuvre sort plus belle...

Our band is few, but true and tried.

Our bugles sang truce, for the night-cloud had lowered.

Our camp-fires shone bright on the mountains.

Our doctor had called in another, I never had seen him before. 278
Our Father Land! and wouldst thou know.

"Our little babe," each said, “shall be".

Our youth began with tears and sighs.

Out from the harbor of Amsterdam.

Out I came from the dancing-place.

Out in the south, when the day is done.

Out of the clover and blue-eyed grass.

Out of the dusk a shadow...

Out of the focal and foremost fire.

Out of the hills of Habersham.

Out of the night that covers me.

Out rode from his wild, dark castle.

Out upon it, I have loved...

Out-worn heart, in a time out-worn.

Ov al the birds upon the wing..

Over á pipe the Angel of Conversation.

Over hill, over dale..

Over his keys the musing organist.

Over the grass we stepped unto it
Over the mountains. .
Over the plains where Persian hosts.


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