American Old Time Song Lyrics: 30 Kathleen

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

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Copyright, 1880, by O. Ditson & Company.
By B. F. Baker.

I'm sad when I think of the day that we parted,
When you left me to linger in dear Erin's Isle,
And in thinking of you I am sad, broken-hearted.
For you said you'd remember your Kathleen's sweet smile,
But the years they have flown, yet I've heard from you never,
And I think you've forgotten the days we have seen.
With the silence unbroken, our friendship 'twill sever,
Tho' you told me you'd ne'er forget pretty Kathleen-
For you told me you'd ne'er forget pretty Kathleen.

I ne'er can forget the sweet days of my childhood.
In the bright long ago that can never return;
How we prattled and played like the birds in the wildwood,
And you vowed for my love that you ever would yearn.
And now far away o'er the deep briny ocean.
You've forgotten our vows of old Ireland so green,
When I think of the past I am filled with emotion,
For you told me you'd ne'er forget pretty Kathleen,
For you told me you'd ne'er forget pretty Kathleen.
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