Sheet Music, 1834-1899


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MUM00682, 0348


Cover: text reads: song with Cello obligato; Publisher: The B.F. Wood Music Co. (Boston)

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Songs -- United States -- 19th Century; Popular Music -- United States

Relational Format

music score

Original Format


Original Collection

Sheldon Harris Collection (MUM00682), Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


First verse
You loved me once! dear heart, do you remember Our summer days, the autumn's purple bloom? And then our parting in the bleak December; And what you whispered in the trembling gloom? All, all is gone! Those hours of golden glory! The flowers are dead you plucked for me of yore. I stand and listen: tis the old, old story. The winter comes, and you are here no more. The days grow dark, and yet, ah! happy hearted, I hear a sweet bird singing at the pane. The leaves are dead, I know that we are parted; And yet I feel that we shall meet again. The wind is drear, The snows are deeply lying: But yet I see the sunshine on the hill, Love, love! I hear your distant voice replying; Heart of my heart! Heart of my heart, I know you love me still! Heart of my heart, I know you love me still!

Content Disclaimer

The derogatory terms, images, and ideas that appear in some of this sheet music are not condoned by the University of Mississippi. They do represent the attitudes of a number of Americans at the times the songs were published. As such, it is hoped that the sheet music in this collection can aid students of music, history, and other disciplines to better understand popular American music and racial stereotypes from the 19th- and early 20th-centuries.

Do You Remember? / music by H. J. Wrightson; words by F. E. Weatherly



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