American Old Time Song Lyrics: 17 Sunshine Will Come Again

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 17

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Copyright, 1886, by T. B. Harms & Co.
As sung in "Casper, the Yodler, " by Charles T. Ellis.

Why droop thy head?
Those eyes moist with dew,
Tell of sadness at thy heart,
Its fibers are bursting in two,
Grief came and stole
Thy happiness away;
Fear not, fortune seldom fails,
So smile another day.
Harbor not sorrow, wait for the morrow,
Tidings of comfort shall reign,
Oh, be of good cheer, better days will be here,
Sunshine will come again.
Ley e le o hey le o, ley so le o le o,
Ley e le o le o le o, ley e, la e o.

Soon will those clouds,
So dark in yonder sky,
Fade, And in their stead the darkest
Will bring you a glad bye and bye;
Wipe away those tears
That course down thy cheeks,
Golden days are yet in store,
The stars in the heavens bespeak;
Wake from thy dreaming, smiles sweetly beaming,
Leaving no traces of pain.
Thy poor heart so lonely, will echo its joy,
Sunshine will come again.
Ley e le o hey le o, ley so, le o le o,
Ley e le o le b le o, ley e la e o.
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