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At midnight hour I love to think
 
At midnight hour I love to think
 
On those most fair most dear to me,
 
On those most fair most dear to me,
And memory often at that ho
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And memory often at that hour
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Would fondly wing its flight to Thee
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I would not that my form should [illegible]
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Before Thee in Thine hours of glee;
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But when Thou Thinkest of friends sincere
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Then I would have Thee think of me.
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Your Friend.
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Marie

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To Nettie At midnight hour I love to think On those most fair most dear to me, And memory often at that hour Would fondly wing its flight to Thee I would not that my form should [illegible] Before Thee in Thine hours of glee; But when Thou Thinkest of friends sincere Then I would have Thee think of me. Your Friend. Marie