Frank Lebby Stanton (1857-1927 / the United States)
Frank Lebby Stanton—born 1857 February 22 in Charleston, South Carolina, died 1927 January 7 in Atlanta, Georgia, and frequently credited as Frank L. Stanton, Frank Stanton or F. L. Stanton—was an American lyricist.
He was also the initial columnist for the Atlanta Constitution and became the first poet laureate of the State of Georgia, a post to which he was appointed by Governor ... more »
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- A Hopeful Brother
- A Little Thankful Song
- A Little Way
- A Plantation Ditty
- A Poor Unfortunate
- A Song Of To-Morrow
- An Old Battle-Field
- Fellow Who Had Done His Best
- He Whistled
- Here's Hopin'
- Hoe Your Row
- Jest A-Wearyin' Fer You
- Just Whistle
- Keep A-Goin'!
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''See the wild birds on the wing,Frank Lebby Stanton (1857-1927), U.S. poet. Keep a-Goin' (l. 23-26). . . One Hundred and One Famous Poems. Roy J. Cook, comp. (Rev. ed., 1958) Rei...
Hear the bells that sweetly ring,
When you feel like singin', sing
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