American Old Time Song Lyrics: 39 Kiss And Lets Make Up

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KISS, AND LET'S MAKE UP.
Copyright, 1891, by Chas. K. Harris.
Words and Music by Chas. K. Harris.

Two little playmates, a boy and a girl,
Were playing one day on the sands:
They had built up a house of pretty seashells,
With no tools but their little brown hands;
At last it was finished, their work was well done,
And two little hearts were made glad;
When the boy, just for fun, gave a kick, then did run,
And down came the house on the sands;
The girl for a moment stood shucked and surprised,
Then tears to her pretty eyes came:
I'll never forgive him. she sobbingly cried;
Oh, how could my Jack be so mean;
And when the lad saw his sweetheart in tears,
He manfully to her side came,
And throwing his arms around her dear form,
Said, "Kiss, and let's make up again;
Kiss, and let's make up, my darling;
Dry your tears: don't cry in vain,
For you know I love you, darling;
Yes, I know I was to blame;
So you wished you'd never met me?
Don't say that my little pet-
What would this life he without you?
Kiss, and let's make up."

The years rolled by, the lad sailed away,
The maiden she waited in vain:
Could Jack have forgotten those bright happy days
When oft to the cottage he came;
The shells by the seashore are strewn all about;
Each one brings fond memories back,
When they built little houses upon the warm sands,
She and her boy lover Jack.
De promised to write to her once every week;
Had another fair face won his heart?
Or else had he tired of his true country lass?
Was he satisfied that they should part?
But the true, honest fellow was sailing back home
To the girl who was waiting in vain
To hear his dear voice whisper low in her ear,
"Come, kiss, and let's make up again;
Kiss, and let's make up, my darling;
Dry your tears; don't cry in vain,
For you know I love you, darling;
Yes, I know I was to blame;
So you wished you'd never met me?
Don't say that, my little pet- '
What would this life be without you?
Kiss, and let's make up."

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