Jefferson and Liberty (2)

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JEFFERSON AND LIBERTY [2]. American, Song Air (6/8 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part. The song was published in 1813 in the American Patriotic Songbook, in praise of freedom of political choice. Words begin:

Ye sons of Columbia who cherish the prize,
The arms of your fathers so valiantly gain'd,
Lik the sun unobsur'd may your glory arise,
And your liberties flourish forever unstained.

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