American Old Time Song Lyrics: 33 Sweet Annabel

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SWEET ANNABEL.
Copyright, 1891, by T. B. Harms & Co.
By B. H. Janssen, and sung by Carroll Johnson In "The Gossoon."

There's nothing half so sweet as love, a love that is strong and true;
My heart no wealth or gold can buy, for sweetheart, 'tis all for you.
My eyes, my darling, let you know what my lips refuse to tell;
My every dream is but of you, my own sweet Annabel.

Chorus.
Sweet, dear little Annabel, sweet, dear little Annabel,
'Till the angels doubt and the stars burn out, I am yours, sweet little Annabel;
Sweet, dear little Annabel, sweet, dear little Annabel,
'Till the angels doubt and the stars burn out, I am yours, sweet little Annabel.

Your, eyes are like the mountain stream, your chin is pert and neat;
There's not a girl in all the place with lips that are half as sweet.
To me the world Is always bright, as bright as a summer day,
And darkness only dims the light, when from you I'm away.-Chorus.
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