American Old Time Song Lyrics: 33 Bonny Jean

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 33

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BONNY JEAN.

Oh, the summer moon is brightly glowing, the wild birds wake their song,
And the streamlet as it softly murmurs, so gently glides along.
Where the sweet hedge-rose is blowing, in the woodlands green.
There I love to wander with my heart's true queen-
My bonny, bonny Jean.

Chorus.
Where the sweet hedge-rose is blowing, in the woodlands green,
There I love to wander with my heart's true queen.

Tet 'tis not the rosy tint of summer, nor the song-birds' joyous lay,
Nor the streamlet's murmuring music, that makes my heart feel guy;
'Tis her smile that beams upon me, 'mid each flowery scene,
While I fondly wander with my heart's true queen-
My bonny, bonny Jean.-Chorus.

Bonny Jean, your smile is always on me, when absent, love, from thee;
Making joy and sunshine round my pathway, wherever I may be.
May they ever beam upon me, in this mortal scene,
While I fondly wander with my heart's true queen-
My bonny, bonny Jean.-Chorus:
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