Farewell, dear Liberty, farewell for awhile, E're long we'll greet thee again; To bear with oppression, and in God put our trust, And the Sons of our home will proclaim All is now well again; And Maryland is free - The chains of Liberty is unbound, We'll cast our destiny.
The siege of oppression is now near an end, The usurpers are men of our homes; The vilest of wretches that infest our soil, To make laws to predict our doom. All will be well again, &c.
The loved ones in battle will return to their homes, To be cherished by them that are dear; Our Fathers now in prison will partake of the feast, And I am sure they'll have nothing to fear. All will be well again, &c.
In silence and peace we'll repair to the box, There to make known our doom; And then we'll proclaim to the world in one voice, The South is forever our home. All is now well again, &c.
The grottoes, the rivers, the hills, and the plains, Will abound with mirth and great glee; And the love of our Country forever is dear, Where the heart of her people are free. All is now well again, &c.
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