Tell Mother I die happy : song with chorus /
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First line of chorus: Tell my mother I die happy.
First line of text: I am dying, comrades, dying.
Price mark 3 1/2 in design.
Henry Beyer, Music Stereotyper, 538 Broadway, New York.
Ornamental border on t.p.
Advertisements: Price list of musical works on p.  and New musical compositions on p. .
Verses 2-3 printed as text on p. 4.
The last words of Lieut. Crosby, who was killed in his battery at Salem Hights in the fight of Sunday evening, May 2nd, 1863.
For voice and piano, with chorus refrain.
From the Thomas A. Edison Collection of American Sheet Music.
- Burns, Jabez, 1805-1876
- Contributing Institution
- University of Michigan
- New York (538 Broadway, New York) : S.T. Gordon
- American Civil War (1861-1865)
Popular music--United States--To 1901
War songs--United States
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music
- United States
- unmediatedvolumeSongs and music.Electronic resourceNotated music
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