Let us loaf round the barges of the serenaders and hear the singing.
Nevertheless, the stories of midnight serenaders and of encounters with Pat, the Fem.
She was privately hoping that the serenaders would be on time.
The serenaders at the gate were singing again—a negro folk-song.
Then the candles were relit, the serenaders invited within; Nelson came bearing cake and wine, and the house was made merry.
Presently the music filled the clearance, and, as suspected, the serenaders were upon the scene.
Its author made a speech by moonlight, and invited the serenaders to tea in the parlour of his inn.
The serenaders were just pushing away in their big barge, with coloured lanterns swaying in the breeze.
Just the chorus singing would attract but few listeners; the other serenaders would get all the people.
It seemed to those honored by the serenaders that they had never before heard the fine old hymn so inspiringly sung.