I Have Recalled Those Angry Words.
Copyright, 1891, by I. Prager.
Words and Music by J. W. Wood.
I have recalled those angry words-oh! my love, come back again;
True to thee I'll be forever, do not let me plead in vain;
We shall never more be parted if your heart to me is true.
Banish every care and sorrow, for I love none else but you.
I have recalled those angry words-oh! my darling, come again;
True to thee I'll be forever, do not let me plead in vain.
I have recalled those angry words-to your heart take me once more;
Tell me, love, am I forgiven? Tell me is my sorrow o'er?
Oh! how long the day seems coming when your face again I'll see,
And that hour will be so sweet, love, When you're coming back to me. - Chorus.
I have recalled those angry words-bitter words to you, I know;
When you left me. love, in silence; When I told you, love, to go.
Let the past be all a dream, love, that for me you will forget;
And forgive those words of auger, tell me, dear, you love me yet,- Chorus.