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This is a sample of the poetry that was often attached. These optimistic sentiments were expressed before the war became a charnel house and stoic acceptance that the next recruits were walking into a grinder.
Here is the text:
Blue Bell, the dawn is waking; sweetheart, you must not sigh;
Blue Bell, my heart is breaking, I've come to say good-bye.
Hear how the bugle's calling - calling to each brave heart!
Sweetheart, your tears are falling; Blue Bell, we two must part.