American Old Time Song Lyrics: 31 If You Love Me, Darling, Tell Me With Your Eyes

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If You Love Me, Darling, Tell Me With Your Eyes.
Copyright, 1887, by John F. Ellis & Co.
Words by Samuel Minturn Peck. Music by Hubbard T. Smith.

Thro' the gloaming chilly falls the silent snow,
Like a shattered lily drifting to and fro;
Yet beside our ingle summer dreams arise;
If you love me, darling, tell me with your eyes.

Chorus.
Listen to my pleading-speak, dark eyes of blue;
Lift your dusky lashes, let the love light through;
Be no promise spoken; breathe no broken sighs;
If you love me, darling, tell me with your eyes.

Fires that burn in quiet long and brightly glow,
Flamed that rush and riot soon to ashes go;
Lips that move not often when they love are wise;
If you love me, darling, tell me with your eyes.-Chorus.

There are none to listen, yet why should we speak?
When soft glances glisten whispered words are weak.
We who know love's silence need no low replies;
If you love me, darling, tell me with your eyes.-Chorus.
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