A daddy's Prayer

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Title:
A daddy's Prayer
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harold Freeman Music Co.
Place of Publication:
Providence, Rhode Island
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Notes

General Note:
A single piece of sheet music (Harold Freeman Music Co., Providence, Rhode Island - 1918) with words and music by Harold B. Freeman ("The companion song to the famous MY MOTHER'S LULLABY").
General Note:
Exhibit Case #2-The Homefront

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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The Companion Song to the World Famouss f"Y MOTHER'S LULLABY"

A DADDY'S PRAYER
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HAROLD FREEMAN'S MASTERPIE C E.
MY MOTHER'S LULLABY.
If you can pause for a moment in this whirl of life, and lay aside the cares and the
worries, and look back-across the bridge of life when you were a kid in yourmother's arms, in your mind the sweetest picture in the-world will be formed,whenyourmother
was singing you to sleep with the beautiful strains of "Rock-a-bye, Baby."
Too young to have 'a care in the world, you were content in those strongarms,
and Paradise could never be nearer to you than at that time.
That's what MY MOTHER'S LULLABY brings to you- the most beautiful memories,
the thoughts of childhood, of mother, and of peace. It's a song of mother-love,and in the sublimity of the devotion of the mother for her child, MY MOTHER'S LULLABY excells the ordinary song; it is nothing pretentious,but a simple story, and a story that the whole world loves, told in a simple way. Can these words awaken in your heart a faint throb of responsiveness and bring you memories-wonderful memories.
CHORUS
In the days of long ago, Mother sang to me, Just a song so soft and low, an old sweet melody; It wasn't a classic of opera so grand, A sweet simple tune you could all understand, Rock-a-bye Baby on the tree-top, seemed to make me cry, Still I hear it, soft and low, MY MOTHER'S LULLABY.
And then play this little bit of the music:CHORUS. Slowly and tenderly

In the days of long a go, Moth-er sang to







me Just a song so soft and lo ; An old sweet mel-o




Copyright MCMXVII by Harold Freeman Co.

This is HAROLD FREEMAN'S MASTERPIECE- the greatest song that he has ever
written, and it will be the biggest hit of 1917-18. Get it while it's new, and join the thousands who are now singing it. FOR SALE AT ALL WOOLWORTH, KRESGE, McCRORY, or KRESS STORES or sent direct from the publishers upon receipt of .. 30 Cents.
GET IT FOR YOUR PLAYER PIANO OR TALKING MACHINE.
Published and Copyrighted by
;HAROLD FREEMAN COMPANY MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.