American Old Time Song Lyrics: 40 Kitty Oshea

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KITTY O'SHEA.
Copyright, 1890, by Frank Harding.
Composed by Wm. Loraine.

Do you think of me, Kitty, sweet Kitty O'Shea,
And the promise you gave me when you went away?
Sure, you told me you loved me and that you'd be true,
Said you think of me, darling, and I will of you.
Oh, I long once again your sweet voice to hear,
None other hath music like yours to mine ear;
Oh, tell me, oh, tell me, while you're far away-
Do you think of me, Kitty, sweet Kitty O'Shea?

Refrain.
Oh, her figure is neat, she is little and sweet,
Like a bird she's heard singing all day,
And her eyes are as blue as her dear heart is true;
Do you think of me, Kitty O'Shea?

Do you think of me, Kitty, sweet Kitty O'Shea,
And the evenings together we spent, light And gay,
When we eat 'round the fire, very cozy and bright,
And I told you the story that made my heart light?
I came not to woo thee with title or fame,
I had naught but my love And plain, honest name;
Oh, tell me, oh, tell me, while you're far away-
Do you think of me, Kitty, sweet Kitty O'Shea?-Refrain.
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