American Old Time Song Lyrics: 04 In The Starlight

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 4

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IN THE STARLIGHT.

In the starlight, in the starlight let us wander gay and free,
For there's nothing in the daylight half as dear to you and me;
Like the fairies in the shadoAv of the woods we'll steal along,
And our sweetest lays will warble, for the night was made for song.
When none are by to listen, or chide us in our glee,
In the starlight, in the starlight let us wander gay and free;
In the starlight, in the starlight let us wander, let us wander,
In the starlight, in the starlight let us wander gay and free.

In the starlight, in the starlight, at the daylight's dewy close,
When the nightingale is singing his last love song to the rose;
In the calm, clear night of Summer, when the breezes softly play,
From the glitter of our dwelling we will gently steal away.
Where the silv'ry waters murmur by the margin of the sea,
In the starlight, in the starlight we will wander gay and free;
In the starlight, in the starlight, we will wander in the starlight,
In the starlight in the starlight we will wander gay and free.
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