SHE AND I TOGETHER.
Copyright, 1892. by Robert rocks & Co.
Written by Ernest Pertwee. Composed by Lawrence Kellie.
As sung by Mr. Olcott.
A sky of blue, a sun of May, in gladdest, brightest summer day;
Adown and through the heath'ry way went she and I together.
The birds sang love-songs from the trees, the pimpernel danced in the breeze,
Yet happier, far, than all of these were she And I together.
So dainty, fair; so gentle, wise, young love leaped forth from heaven's blue eyes;
The lark poured rapture from the skies as we went thro' the heather,
When love's away love's life is sere; love lives again When love is here,
And days are bright that were so drear, for blended hearts together.
And at the close of life's brief day, when soul from flesh shall drift away,
And life's storm end in heaven's calm bay, we still, we still shall be together.
For us a bright eternity, a sunful, cloudless unity,
Supernal love's sweet harmony, together, aye together, together.