American Old Time Song Lyrics: 09 The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring

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The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring.
From "The Mikado."

Nanki-- The flowers that bloom in the Spring,
Tra la,
Breathe promise of merry sunshine-
As we merrily dance and we sing,
Tra la.
We welcome the hope that they bring,
Tra la,
Of a Summer of roses and wiue:
And that's what we mean when we say that a thing
Is welcome as flowers that bloom in the Spring.
Tra la la la la la, etc.

All-- And that's what we mean, etc.

Ko-- The flowers that bloom in the Springs
Tra la,
Have nothing to do with the case.
I've got to take under my wing,
Tra la,
A most attractive old thing,
Tra la,
With a caricature of a face;
And that's what I mean when I say or I sing,
"Oh, bother the flowers that bloom in the Spring!"
Tra la la la la la, etc.

All-- And that's what he means when he ventures to sing. etc.
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