American Old Time Song Lyrics: 36 Darling I Will Come Again
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 36
DARLING, I WILL COME AGAIN.
Copyright, 1876, by C. W. Harris.
Darling, I must part from thee, with a sweet voice of farewell;
Though a little while it be, sad it is to break the spell.
Give me now your sweetest kiss, keep no thought of grief or pain;
Only hear me promise this: Darling, I will come again.
When the stars of heaven shine on the roses in the lane,
Don't forget this promise, mine: Darling, I will come again.
Ton are all in all to me, none can love thee as I do;
Parted tho' from you I be, still believe my heart is true.
Now that all your love is mine, hear me with a sweet refrain,
Whisper 'neath the stars that shine: Darling, I will come again.- Chorus.
When I linger by thy side, life seems fairest unto me.
And the moments sweetly glide, sweet as ever sweet can be.
Dreaming of the hours of bliss, could I long from thee remain,
So I tell thee with a kiss: Darling, I will come again.- Chorus.