American Old Time Song Lyrics: 22 Must We Forever Part

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 22

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Copyright, 1888, by Pease & Sander.
Words by A. Punchinello. Music by W. A. Sander.

Do you then love another?
Have you forgot the past?
Or are you loath to tell me
It was too sweet to last?
Love, like the tender rose-bud
That on thy breast doth lie.
Will, if 'tis left uncared for.
Wither and fade and die.

Is then our love dream over?
Speak to my aching heart;
Do you then love another?
Must we forever part?

Do you then love another?
Why was it that we met?
Why did I love you ever?
Why can I not forget?
Life is a burden to me
When thou art from my side
Why do you leave me darling?
Conquer foolish pride.

Tell me the old love lingers,
Speak to my aching heart;
Or do you love another?
Must we forever part?

Do you then love another?
What was my love to thee?
Gone like a withered flower,
Smiles that I loved to see.
Are all the vows forgotten,
Plighted for life to last?
Now day by day we're drifting,
Apart we're drifting fast.

Say that you love no other.
Speak to my aching heart;
Kiss me once more, my darling,
Then we shall never part.
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