American Old Time Song Lyrics: 37 If Ever We Should Part

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 37

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Copyright, 1880, by E. H. Harding.
Written and Composed by Chas. Mitchell Connolly.

Mine own sweet love, my darling one, oh! hast thou ever thought
That sometime our warm vows of love might fade And come to naught;
Hast thought that oft affection deep, the" changeless felt to be,
Hath chilled and died and ended all, in gloom And misery,
In saddest gloom And misery;
And if this cloud should fall on us, and love die In the heart.
Hast thought, sweet one, of all the gloom if ever we should part?
Of all the gloom in heart and soul if ever we should part,
If ever we should part, if ever we should part.

'Tis true, sweet love, I should not dwell on fancies drear as these.
Nor borrow aught to darken our fond love and sweet hearts-ease;
No cloud dims our bright, peaceful sky, unchanged our present joy,
And foolish And unwelcome thoughts should not my soul annoy.
Should not, should not my soul annoy.
'Tis but my great excess of love; these idle fancies start
Whene'er I think of all the gloom if ever we should part,
Of how my heart's life would die out if ever we should part,
If ever we should part, if ever we should part.
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