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099 |a BROAD-003233 
100 1 |a Sawyer, Charles Carroll.  |4 lyr 
245 1 0 |a Who will care for mother now? /  |c Words and Music by Charles Carrol Sawyer. 
246 3 |a Kind friends are near her 
260 |a Washington, DC :  |b G.P. Hardwick,  |c [1861-1864] 
300 |a 1 broadside (1 item on 1 sheet) :  |b col. ill. ;  |c ca. 20 x 13 cm. 
336 |a text  |b txt  |2 rdacontent 
337 |a unmediated  |2 rdamedia 
338 |a sheet  |b nb  |2 rdacarrier 
500 |a First line: Why am I so weak nd weary? 
500 |a Without music. 
500 |a Date based on sheet music copyright and similar publications. 
500 |a Blue monochromatic illustration of soldier, carrying a flag, framed by two drummers, at head of song sheet. 
500 |a "During one of our late battles, among many other noble fellows . . ."--Beneath statement of responsibility. 
500 |a Text of song, printed in blue, in double columns, in three eight-line stanzas, each with four-line chorus. 
500 |a "Published and Sold by G.P. Hardwick, cor. N.J. ave. and F st. Washʼin."--Beneath text. 
500 |a At foot of song sheet: "Author Veteran Volunteer, Battle of Chattanooga ." 
500 |a OCLC #48091714 credits song as a Minstrel song. 
500 |a OCLC #37736005 credits song as a ballad. 
500 |a Several OCLC & CPM editions (earliest 1861-1876, # 000716-BROAD)--credit Thompson. 
500 |a CPM song sheet edition # 000353-BROAD (1864)--credits companion song. 
500 |a binder 18, item 162 
505 0 |a Why am I so weak and weary? See how faint my heated breath; All around to me seems darkness; Tell me, comrades, is this death? Ah! how well I know your answer, To my fate I meekly bow, If you'll only tell me truly Who will care for mother now? CHORUS. Soon with angels I'll be marching, With bright laurels on my brow; I have for my country fallen, Who will care for mother now? Who will comfort her in sorrow? Who will dry the falling tear, Gently smooth her wrinkled forehead? Who will whisper words of cheer? Even now I think I see her Kneeling, praying for me! how Can I leave her in anguish? Who will care for mother now? CHORUS. Soon with angels, &c. Let this knapsack be my pillow, And my mantle be the sky; Hasten comrades to the battle! I will like a soldier die. Soon with angles I'll be marching, With bright laurels on my brow; I have for my country fallen, Who will care for mother now? CHORUS. Soon with angels, &c. 
500 |a Notation: Lyrics only 
590 |a CPM Accession Number: 94-017 Goldstein 
650 0 |a Broadsides  |z United States  |y 19th century. 
650 0 |a Songs  |z United States  |y 19th century  |x Texts. 
650 0 |a Popular music  |z United States  |y 19th century  |x Texts. 
650 0 |a Ballads  |y 19th century  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
650 0 |a Minstrel music  |z United States  |y 19th century  |x Texts. 
650 0 |a War songs  |z United States  |y 19th century  |v Texts. 
650 0 |a Last words  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
650 0 |a Mothers and sons  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
650 0 |a Death  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
651 0 |a Confederate States of America  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
651 0 |a United States  |x History  |y Civil War, 1861-1865  |x Casualties  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
700 1 |a Thompson, C. F.  |q (Charles F.)  |4 cmp 
730 0 |a Song Broadsides 
856 4 1 |u http://musicman.mtsu.edu/broadsides/Binder18/JPEGmed/3233brom.jpg  |z Image available online, Middle Tennessee State University: Center for Popular Music 
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