American Old Time Song Lyrics: 33 Don't Be Angry With Me Darling
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 33
Don't Be Angry with Me, Darling.
Don't be angry with me, darling, smile your brightest, sweetest smile;
Keep the joyous twinkle beaming in your blight eyes all the while.
Let your laugh be one of pleasure, drive each shadow from your brow,
Be again the heart's sweet treasure-don't be angry, darling, now.
Don't be angry with me, darling, drive away that look of pain;
Let your laugh be one of pleasure, smile your sweetest smile again.
Don't be angry with me, darling, keep the tear back from your eye;
'Twas a friendly, timely warning, given for the days gone oy.
Not for worlds would I distress you, cast one cloud upon your brow;
Let not, then, my words depress you-don't be angry, darling, now.-Chorus.