American Old Time Song Lyrics: 34 A Loyal Knight

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A LOYAL KNIGHT.
Copyright, 1891, by Willis Woodward & Co.
Words and Music by Julian Jordan.

There was a knight who loved a lady fair,
'Twas in the golden time of long ago;
Bis deeds of chivalry beyond compare,
He knew no fear, come either weal or woe.
For love I'd live, for love I'd die, he sang
Beneath her window oft, in tender tone;
This song of love in sweetest accents rang,
"A truer love than mine was never known";
This song of love in sweetest accents rang,
"A truer love than mine was never known.
"My love," he sang, "a loyal knight am I,
For thee I'd gladly live or die."

Like this brave knight, I too of love will sing
At evening when the stars shine bright above;
The gloom of eve, sweet thoughts of love will bring;
Ah! then I'll sing a sweet, sweet soug of love.
At eventide I'll sing to my guitar,
As sang the knight of old in tender strain,
A song of love, thou'lt hear it from afar,
Thou'lt hear it and thou'lt know thy love again;
A song of love, thou'lt hear it from afar,
Thou'lt hear it and thou'lt know thy love again.
My love I my love! a loyal knight am I,
For thee I'd gladly live or die.
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