Four Indian Love Lyrics: From the Garden of Kama

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Boosey & Company, 1902 - Songs (High voice) with piano - 26 pages
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Page 11 - PALE hands I loved beside the Shalimar, Where are you now ? Who lies beneath your spell ? Whom do you lead on Rapture's roadway, far, Before you agonise them in farewell...
Page 4 - LESS than the dust, beneath thy Chariot wheel, Less than the rust, that never stained thy Sword, Less than the trust thou hast in me, O Lord, Even less than these!
Page 4 - Lord, Even less than these! Less than the weed, that grows beside thy door, Less than the speed of hours spent far from thee, Less than the need thou hast in life of me. Even less am I. Since I...
Page 11 - Hell, How the hot blood rushed wildly through the veins Beneath your touch, until you waved farewell. Pale hands, pink tipped, like Lotus buds that float On those cool waters where we used to dwell, I would have rather felt you round my throat, Crushing out life, than waving me farewell...
Page 16 - ... think How I am nearing them ! As mile on mile behind us falls, Till, Oh, delight ! I see My Heart's Desire, who softly calls Across the gloom to me. The utter joy of that First Love No later love has given, When, while the skies grew light above, We entered into Heaven. Till I Wake WHEN I am dying, lean over me tenderly, softly, Stoop, as the yellow roses droop in the wind from the South. So I may, when I wake, if there be an Awakening, Keep, what lulled me to sleep, the touch of your lips on...
Page 4 - ... stained thy Sword, Less than the trust thou hast in me, O Lord, Even less than these ! Less than the weed, that grows beside thy door, Less than the speed of hours spent far from thee, Less than the need thou hast in life of me.
Page 16 - Till I Wake. When I am dying, lean over me tenderly, softly, — Stoop, as the yellow roses droop In the wind from the South; So I may when I wake , if there be an awakening , Keep, what lulled me to sleep, The touch of your lips on my mouth . LAURENCE HOPE.
Page 23 - IMPERIAL EDITION OF SONG BOOKS A NEW SERIES, CONTAINING Songs of the highest class, Popular, Standard and Classical All with Pianoforte Accompaniments and English Words...

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