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" Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer air ! " And the birds below give back the cry, " We come, we come, to the branches high... "
The shorter Globe readers, compiled and ed. by A.F. Murison. Standard 2-6 - Page 95
edited by - 1884
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The Literary Souvenir, and Cabinet of Modern Art

Alaric Alexander Watts - Gift books - 1835
...seem to say, " Where the topmost twigs in the breezes sway ! III. " Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...to the branches high ! " How pleasant the life of the birds must be, Living in love in a leafy tree, And away through the air what joy to go, And to...
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The Literary souvenir; or, Cabinet of poetry and romance, ed. by A.A. Watts ...

1835
...say, " Where the topmost twigs in the breezes sway ! c 4 23 III. " Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...to the branches high ! " How pleasant the life of the birds must be, Living in love in a leafy tree, And away through the air what joy to go, And to...
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The juvenaile poetical library; selected from the works of modern British ...

Priscilla Maden Watts - 1839
...they seem to say, " Where the topmost twigs in the breezes sway ! " " Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...come, to the branches high !" How pleasant the life of the bird must be, Flitting about in a leafy tree, And away through the air what joy to go, And to look...
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Select poetry for children: with notes, arranged by J. Payne

Joseph Payne - 1839
...!" •" Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer ah- !" And the birds below give back the cry, " We come, we come, to the branches high I" How pleasant the life of a bird must be,^ Flitting about in a leafy tree, And away through the air...
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Woodnotes: For All Seasons

Birds - 1842 - 144 pages
...forest-tree, How pleasant the life of a bird must be ! WOODNOTES. " Come up, come up, for the world is fair. Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...we come, to the branches high ! " How pleasant the lives of the birds must be, Living in love, in a leafy tree, — And away through the air, what joy...
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Woodnotes, for all seasons [an anthology].

Wood-notes - History - 1842
...pensive wanderer sing Thy song of hope and fortitude, Oh ! herald of approaching spring. BIRDS IN SUMMER. How pleasant the life of a bird must be, Flitting about in each leafy tree ; In the leafy trees so broad and tall, Like a green and beautiful palace-hall, With...
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The Gem book of poesie, by the author of 'The ancient poets and poetry of ...

Gem book - 1846
...they seem to say, " Where the topmost twigs in the breezes play!" " Come up, come up, for the world is fair, Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...to the branches high ! " How pleasant the life of the birds must be, Living in love in a leafy tree, And away through the air what joy to go, And to...
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Ballads and other poems

Mary Botham Howitt - 1847 - 394 pages
...seem to say, " Where the topmost twigs in the breezes sway. ln. " Come up, come up ! for the world is fair Where the merry leaves dance in the summer...come, we come to the branches high." How pleasant the lives of the birds must be, Living in love in a leafy tree ! And, away through the air, what joy to...
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Singing for schools and congregations: a course of instruction in vocal ...

Singing - 1848
...Mrs. Hemans, " Oh ! call my brother back to me, I cannot play alone" — or those by Mrs. Howitt, " How pleasant the life of a bird must be, Flitting about in each leafy tree" — or Cowper's " John Gilpin was a citizen, Of credit and renown," &c. The first...
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Spring flowers gathered for young florists, by S.P.

Spring flowers - 1849
...ourselves is Fate's worst minister; There is no wretchedness like self-reproach. LEL BIRDS IN SUMMER. How pleasant the life of a bird must be, Flitting about in each leafy tree ; In the leafy tree so broad and tall, Like a green and beautiful palace hall, With...
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