Should The Stars In Your Service Flag Turn To Gold

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Title:
Should The Stars In Your Service Flag Turn To Gold
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Mixed Material
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English
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The Rodeheaver Company,
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Chicago and Philadelphia
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A single piece of sheet music (The Rodeheaver Company, Chicago and Philadelphia - 1918) with words by Dora F. Hendricks and music by Charles H. Gabriel.

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University of Florida
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WORDS 'BY ,IUSIC cBY
DORA F. HENDRCKS CHARLES H. GABRIEL



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SHOULD THE STARS IN YOUR SERVICE FLAG TURN TO GOLD


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1. Should the stars in your ser vice flag turn to gold; If from
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some where in Fr ance comes the message you fear; Should the an- g uish of death on your Star, while a won der ful cho rus rang; 'Tho' the an gels could see cruo el












heart be rolled, Creep close to God, and you will hear, His Cal va ry, Yet how glad and sweet was the song they sang! And
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