The Village Maiden

Stephen Foster

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The vil-lage bells are ring-ing,

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and merrily they chime;

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The village choir is sing-ing,

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for 'tis a happy time;

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The chapel walls are laden

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with garlands rich and gay,

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to greet the village ma-id-en

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upon her wedding day.

VERSE 2:
But summer joys have faded, 
and summer hopes have flown;
Her brow with grief is shaded, 
her happy smiles are gone;
Yet why her heart is laden, 
not one, alas! can say.
Who saw the village maiden 
upon her wedding day.

VERSE 3:
The village bells are ringing, 
but hark, how sad and slow;
The village choir is singing, 
a requiem soft and low;
And all with sorrow laden, 
their tearful tribute pay;
Who saw the village maiden 
upon her wedding day.
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