American Old Time Song Lyrics: 18 Don't Whisper No

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 18

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Copyright, 1887, by W. H. Ewald & Bro.

Don't whisper "No!'' birds wait for thee,
Out in the woodland so bright,
Where first we met, wander with me,-
Bring once again to my heart delight!
Here 'mid the roses love spoke its vow,
Queen of them all, I would speak once again,
Ere twilight closes, haste to me now,
Come ere the glories of summer shall wane.
Birds are calling, and night is falling.
In dreams thou'rt near me wherever I go,
Still I'm lonely to see thee only,
My rose, my lily, don't whisper "no!"

Don't whisper "No! " stars beam afar,
Why, dear one, linger so long?
Sadly I wait, thou art my star,
Love is the theme of the night-bird's song.
Soon leaves will wither, flowerets decay,
Tell me thy love will not fade like the flow'rs,
Winter comes hither, joys melt away,-
Say thou'lt be mine thro' life's weariest hour'
Love will meet thee, and kisses greet thee,
Ah. how I long for thy voice sweet and low!
Still I'm lonely to see thee only;
My rose, my lily, don't whisper "no!"
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