American Old Time Song Lyrics: 30 Hush, Little Girl, Don't Cry

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HUSH, LITTLE GIRL, DON'T CRY!
Copyright, 1889 by T. B. Harms & Co.
By E. E. Rice.

Hush, little girl, don't cry! you've broken your doll, I know;
Tour tea-set, too, with its color of blue, are things of long ago.
Dry little eyes and smile, as sunshine follows rain,
Your childhood cares will soon pass by-hush, little girl, don't cry!
And when you older grow, strong hearts you'll serve the same;
Withered, they die for loss of love, but you'll not be to blame;
For little dolls were made for children sport to make;
And manly hearts too often seem for older ones to break.
Hush, little girl, don't cry; you've broken your doll, I know;
Your tea-set. too, with its color of blue, are things of long ago.
Dry little eyes and smile, as sunshine follows rain.
Your childhood cares will soon pass by-hush, little girl, don't cry!
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