Three songs

Song Cycle by Florence Hull

Word count: 83

1. Where e'er my bitter teardrops fall [sung text not yet checked]

Where e'er my bitter teardrops fall,
 The fairest flowers arise;
And into choirs of nightingales
 Are turned my bosom's sighs.

And wilt thou love me, thine shall be
 The fairest flowers that spring,
And at the window evermore
 The nightingales shall sing.

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2. When I look into thine eyes [sung text not yet checked]

When I look into thine eyes
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3. Rising when the dawn still faint is  [sung text not yet checked]

Rising when the dawn still faint is,
  Asking, "Will she come?"
Late at eventide my plaint is,
  "Ah! she did not come!"

In the night-time with my sorrow
  Waking still I lie,
And the day-dream of the morrow
  Passes sadly by.

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Poet given as "F. Hueffler" in one score.

Researcher for this text: Sharon Krebs [Guest Editor]