American Old Time Song Lyrics: 11 Grandmothers Birthday

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GRANDMOTHER'S BIRTHDAY.
Copyright, 1886, by Will H. Kennedy.
Words and Music by Harry Kennedy.

Grandmother's birthday's here at last,
Silver locks once shining gold,
Shows that her youthful days are past,
For grandmother's sixty years old.
Mem'ry oft fancies the dances and glances
From dozens of cousins and beaus by the score,
But now 'tis all past, age has crept on at last,
And grandmother's sixty years old.

Chorus.
Grandmother's birthday's here at last,
Silver locks once shining gold
Shows that her youthful days are past,
For grandmother's sixty years old.

Grandmother's eyes are dimmed with age,
Once they were bright as the day;
Grandmother's pen could fill life's page,
With scenes that have long passed away.
Time ever fleeting brings meeting and greeting,
Yet leaves but the traces of faces that's gone.
But love's silent tear shows their mem'ry's held dear,
Tho' grandmother's sixty years old.-Chorus.
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