American Old Time Song Lyrics: 30 Aunt Peggy And Uncle Dan

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 30

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Copyright, 1884, by White, Smith & Co,
Words and Music C. A. White.

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan-we are poor, but we're honest and true;
Of sorrows we've had our share, but of riches we never knew;
We've buried our children almost alone, for poverty's friends are few;
We've tried to live best we can -Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan.

Let the winds blow high, let the winds blow low.
And the worst ill may come now that can;
We'll stick together while life shall last,
Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan.
Let the wind blow high, let the wind blow low,
And the worst ills may come now that can;
We'll stick together while life shall last-
Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan.

oh! Peggy, how sad the day when we buried our eldest boy;
It seemed that your heart would break, and life for you'd lost all joy;
Oh, Daniel, your heart it was brave And true, your faith in the future strong;
We've lived thro' it best we can-Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan.-Refrain.

We've struggled together hard for to bring up our children when young;
And many a hope we've had as their lullaby songs we sung;
The angel of death came and took them all, and left us without a child;
We've done just the beat we can-Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan.-Refrain.
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