At Dawning

(1906)

"At Dawning" sets the text of Nelle Richmond Eberhart. This song is one of Cadman's most famous songs.

At Dawning
by Nelle Richmond Eberhart


When the dawn flames in the sky, I love you;
When the birdlings wake and cry, I love you;
When the swaying blades of corn
Whisper soft at breaking morn,
Love anew to me is born, I love you,
I love you.


Dawn and dew proclaim my dream, I love you;
Chant the birds one thrilling theme, I love you;
All the sounds of morning meet,
Break in yearning at your feet.
Come and answer, come, my sweet,
I love you, I love you.


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