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Fabyan House, from (Mount Deception), White Mountains.

Fabyan House, from (Mount Deception), White Mountains.

The smile

The smile

The smile

The smile

The smile

The smile

Such a nice girl, too!

Such a nice girl, too!

The smile

Such a nice girl, too!

Such a nice girl, too!

Such a nice girl, too!

The smile

Such a nice girl, too!

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

He didn't seem glad to see me

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

Song of the sun-dial

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

That's why the moon was smiling

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

She is always dressed in black

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

Could you but know how well I loved you

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

That's why the moon was smiling

Could you but know how well I loved you

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

That's why the moon was smiling

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

That's why the moon was smiling

Song of the sun-dial

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

Song of the sun-dial

She is always dressed in black

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

The sparkle of my lady's eyes

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

She is always dressed in black

Song of the sun-dial

Song of the sun-dial

That's why the moon was smiling

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

She is always dressed in black

Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love

Could you but know how well I loved you

Song of the sun-dial

That's why the moon was smiling

Could you but know how well I loved you

She is always dressed in black

Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man

She is always dressed in black

The crimson chain

The crimson chain

The crimson chain

The crimson chain

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

The moth and the flame

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