American Old Time Song Lyrics: 26 I Love You All
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 26
I LOVE YOU ALL.
Copyright, 1888, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words and Music by Chas. T Ellis.
Although no single sweetheart, dear, dwells in my heart to-day,
A score of small ones linger there, with Joy and laughter gay;
No matter where I chance to roam, be it on land or sea,
Amongst the children I'm at home, I know that they love me.
I love you all, I love you all. I hold you just like this,
And I know you could not refuse to give me one little kiss;
I love you all, how I Jove all your faces bright to see,
I love you all, I love you all, and I know that you love me.
U le o le, a le o, a le o le, a le o le u!
U le o le, a le o, a le o le u!
Now sit upon my knee, And smile so sweetly as you rest.
And close your little eyes awhile, and lean upon my breast;
I'll hold you tightly in my arms, you need not fear to fall,
I'll ever guard you from all harm, because I love you all.-Cho. & Yodel.