Cabin Tale, A
Change Has Come, The
Chris'mus Is a-Comin'
Chrismus On The Plantation
Christmas Folksong, A
Christmas In The Heart
Circumstances Alter Cases
Colored Band, The
Colored Soldiers, The
Conscience and Remorse
Coquette Conquered, A
Corn-Stalk Fiddle, The
Creed and Not a Creed, A
I like to hear of wealth and gold,
And El Doradoes in their glory;
I like for silks and satins bold
To sweep and rustle through a story.
The nightingale is sweet of song;
The rare exotic smells divinely;
And knightly men who stride along,
The role heroic carry finely.
But then, upon the other hand,
Our minds have got a way of running
To things that aren't quite so grand,
Which, maybe, we were best in shunning.
For some of us still like to see
The poor man in his dwelling narrow,
The hollyhock, the bumblebee,
The meadow lark, and chirping sparrow.
We like the man who soars and sings
With high and lofty inspiration;
But he who sings of common things
Shall always share our admiration.
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