American Old Time Song Lyrics: 36 Come Sit By My Side Little Darling

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 36

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Come Sit By My Side, Little Darling.

Come sit by my side, little darling,
And lay your brown head on my breast,
While the angels of twilight around us
Are singing the flowers to rest.
Your hands are as fair as the lilies
That bloom in the shadows of green.
And their touch has a magical power
My heart from all sadness to wean.

Chorus.
Come sit by my side, little darling,
And lay your brown head on my breast,
While the angels of twilight around us
Are singing the flowers to rest.

I dream, when your arms are around me,
That life is an infinite calm,
Your kiss has the spell of a charmer.
Your kiss that is sweeter than balm.
Oh! what could be sweeter than dreaming
This dream that is on us to-night?
Let us think of the present, my darling,
The future is out of our sight. -Chorus.

Sing low in the twilight, some ballad
As sweet as the smile on your face.
That shall thrill me with melody's sweetness,
And touch with its words tender grace.
And I'll give you a kiss when it's ended,
A kiss that the singer shall earn:
And perhaps- do you hear, little darling?
I shall ask for a kiss in return.- Chorus.
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