“The Drunkard's Dream (II)”
"The drunkard dreamed of his old retreat, Of his cozy spot in the taproom seat." As he carouses, "Like a crash there came to the drunkard's side His angel child who that night had died." The drunkard sets down the glass; the host asks why he hesitates.
- cf. "Father, Dear Father, Come Home with Me Now" (theme) and references there
- BrownIII 23, "The Drunkard's Dream (II)" (1 text)
- Roud #7856
- BI, Br3023