My Love Will Be Home in the Morning.
Copyright, 1893, by Spaulding & Kornder.
Words and Music by Henry Lamb.
My love he left me long ago, to sail on the bounding main;
I've just received a letter and he's coming back home again;
To-morrow he'll be by my side aid whisper soft and low
The same sweet story that he told me in the long ago.
My love will be home in the morning, never to leave my side;
Far over the water he's coming to make me his own bonny bride;
He's suved up enough, so he writes me, to furnish a nice little home
My love will be home in the morning, And never again to roani.
I've counted every moment since the day that he went away,
Expecting that each mail would bring some word of his coming to Stay,
And now my hopes are realized, impatient do I wait
To hear his old familiar step and greet him at the gate.- Chorus.