American Old Time Song Lyrics: 34 No Tidings From Over The Sea

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No Tidings from Over the Sea.
Oliver Ditson Company, Boston.
Words by Frank Dumont. Music by James E. Stewart.

I have waited so lonely, my darling, to hear from you day after day,
For you promised to send me a message-oh, tell me why do you delay?
You know that my heart is so lonely since you have departed from me, I
For each day passing by brings no letter, or tidings from over the sea.

Chorus.
No tidings from over the sea, no sweet word of love dear to me;
Each day passing by brings no letter, or tidings from over the sea.

Oh! you promised you'd never forget me, tho' the waves of the sea did divide,
Tho' the billows of blue roll'd between us, your heart would be over the tide.
My lips feel your kisses no longer, and ever my heart calls for thee;
May to-morrow bring news from my darling, sweet tidings from over the sea.

Chorus.
No tidings from over the sea, no sweet word of love dear to me;
Each day passing by brings no letter, or tidings from over the sea.
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