American Old Time Song Lyrics: 32 Always Together
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 32
Copyright, 1891, by M. Witmark & Sons. Published by permission.
Written by Thos. LeMaek. Composed and Sung by W. Andrew Mack In
"Aunt Bridget's Baby."
Jim and I were playmates-together went to school
In childhood's happy hours, where we learned the golden rule;
Many were the good times then in happy days gone by;
Many hardships we've endured, my dear old pal And I.
Always together-ever together Jimmie and I have been-
Loving each other-dear as a brother-nobody came between;
Together when we were at school, together when we were at sea;
I'd give up my life for my dear old pal-he'd do as much for me.
Fancy Jim and I one night out on the rolling sea.
Our ship a mass of flames, the smoke was suffocating me;
The last thing I remember-Jim said, "Courage, don't be alarmed!"
I awoke to find myself locked tightly-saved in my shipmates arms.-Chorus.