American Old Time Song Lyrics: 38 My Little Irish Queen
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 38
MY LITTLE IRISH QUEEN.
Copyright, 1888, by Willis Woodward & Co.
As Sung by Carroll Johnston with great success.
My home is in the country, not ninny miles away;
'Tis where I go in Summer to pass the time away;
There is a Little girl, bright as the stars above,
Just as the sun goes down, thou I go and meet my love, oh:
she's young, yes and beautiful-she's the fairest ever seen;
She may not new like city folks, she's my little Irish queen.
We do not care for riches to make our lives complete;
A little cottage down the lane, all furnished clean and neat;
A garden filled with flower's-blue, yellow, red and green;
But the fairest one of all is my little Irish queen, oh!-Refrain.