American Old Time Song Lyrics: 19 A Little Knot Of Blue

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 19

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A LITTLE KNOT OF BLUE.
Copyright, 1887, by Willis Woodward & Co.

She hath no gems of luster bright to sparkle in her hair,
No need hath she of borrowed light to make her beauty fair,-
Upon her shining locks afloat are daisies wet with dew,
And peeping from her lissome throat a little knot of blue;
A little kuot of blue, a ribbon blithe of hue.
It fills my dreams with sunny gleams, that little knot of blue;
A little knot of blue, a ribbon blithe of hue,
It fills my dreams with sunny gleams, that little knot of blue.

I met her down the shadowed lane beneath the apple tree,
The balsome blossoms fell like rain upon my love and me;
And what I said or what I did that morn I never knew,
But to my breast there came and hid a little knot of blue.
A little knot of blue, a love-knot strong and true,
'Twill hold my heart 'till life shall part, that little knot of blue;
A little knot of blue, a love-knot strong and true,
'Twill hold my heart 'till life shall part, that little knot of blue
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