American Old Time Song Lyrics: 18 Will My Robin Come Again

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

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Copyright, 1886, by W. H. Ewald & Bro.

When we parted in our sorrow
Where the wavelets danced in glee,
Still I'm watching for the morrow
When he'll come again to me!
By the billows fondly straying
Till the sunsets tranquil wane,
Days are riving, while I'm sighing,
Will my Robin come again?

Ah! will my Robin come again,
O'er the dark and weary main?
Oh, what joy to me his face to see!
Will my Robin come again?

All the summer days have faded,
And the skies are dull and drear;
But the sadness that has shaded
Would depart if he were here!
Bird of ocean, swiftly winging
'Mid the tempest and the rain,
Linger near me, come to cheer me,
Will my Robin come again?-Chorus.

Tho' the billows sadly saver,
Yet I know he's true to me;
And my heart is true forever
To my darling o'er the sea!
Still I'm waiting, weary watching!
Oh, the sadness and the pain!
Straying lonely, sighing only,
Will my Robin come again?-Chorus.
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