Remember Me to All at Home.
Copyright, 1886, by T. B. Harms A Co.
Written, and sung by Wm. J. Scanlan.
in his great drama, "Shane na Lawn"
One more word before we part,
One request, old friend, I ask of you,
When you've crossed the briny deep,
See my dear old mother kind and true;
How the mem'ry of her sweet voice
Fills my soul with love and joy;
Say that I'll be with her soon,
To remember me when as a boy.
Remember me to all at home, Tom,
To my mother old and gray;
Tell them that I'll soon return,
Like the little flowers of May.
When you see my father Tom,
Kindly shake his dear old hands for me,
Say to him, tho' far away,
Still a loving, faithful son I'll be;
How be blessed me when we parted,
Placed his hand upon my head;
God protect you, Ned, my boy,
Were the words my father said.-Chorus.