SHE'S MY DARLING.
Copyright, 1890, by S. Turney.
Words and Music by S. Turney.
Dimpled cheeks and light-brown hair, dark blue eyes And lily fair;
Crimson lips so rich and rare, that's what suits my fancy;
Slender form and sweetest face, gliding with a modest grace.
Like Diana in the chase; that's my charming Nancy.
She's my darling, sweet, sweet darling; I'm her chappie, she's my style.
None can sever us forever; we are lovers all the while.
She is like a fragrant flower, culled from cupid's magic bower;
Soon will be the happy hour, I shall see my fancy;
When the day is on the wane, when the gloaming comes again.
Then I'll sing the old refrain to my charming Nancy.-Refrain.