American Old Time Song Lyrics: 29 Little Queenie Lee

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 29

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LITTLE QUEENIE LEE.
Copyright, 1890, by M. Witmark & Sons.
Words by Arthur West. Music by Geo. Whitcar.

Once in my heart was hidden deep a secret that I intended to keep;
Walking one day in a deep, deep dell, in love with a fairy I fell;
Not such a fairy as books declare floating about in the desert air;
Solid, substantial, and you could see a fairy queen, for she

Chorus.
Is modest, fair and beautiful; her father keeps a farm;
And when she tries to smile, her eyes a serpent sure would charm;
When once you've seen my little queen, with me you would agree,
The finest girl in all the world is little Queenie Lee.

Once in my heart was hidden deep a secret that I intended to keep.
But as you're all friends I will tell you true-I know any thing I could trust to you.
The reason that I am dressed so gay, to-day has been fixed for our wedding day;
Her father will give the old farm to me when married we will be.

Chorus.
She's modest, fair and beautiful; her father keeps a farm;
And when she tries to smile, her eyes a serpent sure would charm;
When once you've seen my little queen, with me you would agree,
The finest girl in all the world is little Queenie Lee.
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