American Old Time Song Lyrics: 14 Let My Name Be Kindly Spoken

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Let My Name be Kindly Spoken.
Copyright, 1877, by S. C. Upham.

Let my name be kindly spoken
When you're far away from me;
And although the vows are broken,
I will fondly speak of thee.
All the scenes of days departed
I'll endeavor to forget;
And if you are broken-hearted,
Think not of the day we met.

Chorus?
Let my name be kindly spoken
When you're far away from me;
And although the vows are broken,
I will fondly speak of thee.

In the past we loved each other,
Loved each other fond and true;
And I'll never find another
That can take the place of you.
Tho' I wander on forever,
Seeking lands beyond the sea,
Well I know that I shall never,
Never see the like of thee.-Chorus.

If the fates should bid me meet you
At some far-off, distant day;
I would fondly kiss and greet you
In the old familiar way.
Tho' the binding link is broken,
It is sweet to part as friends;
And the farewell word that's spoken,
To the heart a sweetness lends.-Chorus.
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