American Old Time Song Lyrics: 15 We Smile And Speak As We Pass By

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 15

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We Smile and Speak as We Pass By.

She caught me with her beauty's spell,
But long I feared my love to tell;
She was so cold, I thought her heart
Could never feel love's piercing dart.
Faint heart ne'er won a lady fair.
To win her smiles I won't despair;
One reason makes my hopes rise high.
We smile and speak as we pass by.

We smile and speak as we pass by,
Though others for her glances sigh;
I think that she will bless my life,
And soon become my loving wife.

Oh. she is fair and sweet to see,
Her charming air entrances me;
Her lips are red, her eyes are bright
And sparkle like the stars of night.
At balls and parties oft we meet,
And pass an hour in converse sweet;
While others for her favor sigh,
We smile and speak as we pass by.-Chorus.

The gladdest moment of my life
Will he when she becomes my wife;
I'll guard her life from every care,
And in my heart her face I'll wear.
For she is all the world to me,
This maid so sweet and fair to see
And for her sake I'd gladly die,
We smile and speak as we pass by.-Chorus.
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