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Oh! Do not Stand so Long Outside . .
Oh! Give me Back that Royal Dream
Oh! Hadst Thou Never Shared My Fate
O-hoi-ye-ho, Ho-ye-ho, Who's for the Ferry
Oh! I Shall Not Forget until Memory Depart
Oh, I Thought Her so Pretty and Called Her My
Oh! Mona's Waters are Blue and Bright
Oh, my Golden Days of Childhood .
Oh, my Love Stood Under a Walnut Tree
Oh! Tell Me Not of Lofty Fate
Oh Tell me One Thing, Tell me Truly
Oh! What is that Radiant Glory
O, the Days are Gone, When Beauty Bright.
O then, I see, Queen Mab hath been with you
O, Think'st Thou we shall ever Meet again
O Those Little, Those Little Blue Shoes
O Thou, wha in the Heavens Dost Dwell
O Thou Vast Ocean! Ever Sounding Sea
O Throat! O Trembling Throat! .
Some Murmur When Their Sky is Clear
Some People You've Met in Your Time no doubt
Some Reckon Their Age by Years
Somewhere on this Earthly Planet
So Sweetly She Bade Me "Adieu"
So Sweet, the Roses in their Blowing
So Youv'e Brought Me This Costly Bible
Source of My Life's Refreshing Springs.
Speak no evil, and Cause no Ache.
Spinning, Spinning, by the Sea
Spring, with that Nameless Pathos in the Air
Stand! the Ground's Your Own, My Braves !
"Stand to Your Guns, Men!" Morris Cried
St. Agnes' Eve-Ah, Bitter Chill it Was
Steer On, Bold Sailor; Wit May Mock Thy Soul
that Sees the Land
The Element of Beauty which in thee
The Farmer came in from the Field one Day
The Farmer Sat in His Easy Chair