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I’ll Be Home To-Morrow
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(published by Firth, Pond & Co., N.Y., 1862)
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1.
I’ve wander’d far from those I love, and many years have pass’d,
Since in my dear old cherish’d home I saw their faces last;
But now I am returning and my journey soon will end,
I’ll join the throng where happy smiles and gentle voices blend.
Chorus:
Farewell, farewell! Ev’ry cloud of sorrow,
All my heart is fill’d with joy
For I’ll be home to-morrow!
2.
How dear the hearts that dwell within that sweet domestic realm!
I know that they have long’d for me as I have long’d for them;
The thought that I am near them, makes my lonely spirit yearn
To hear the burst of gladness that welcome my return!
Chorus:
   
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