American Old Time Song Lyrics: 40 Marriage Bells

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 40

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MARRIAGE BELLS.
Copyright, 1877, by E. H. Harding.
Written by Wm. J. O'Reardon. Composed by M. O'Rtardon.

Our marriage bells are ringing, what a glorious peal to me,
The present hour is bringing sweet Joy and ecstasy;
For she whom I have loved so long, loved dearly as my life,
Will give me ere the hour Is gone the right to call her wife, my wife.
Our marriage bells are ringing, what a glorious peal to me,
The present hour is brimming o'er with joy and ecstasy.
Come, my darling, come and haste to me; do not tarry, love, I wait for thee.
Dost thou hear the wedding bells? Joyous peals they ring for thee;
What welcome sounds their music tells, I foudly wait for thee.

What care I for the world's frowns, with the loved one by my side!
For thro' Its upe and downs we'll breast life's stormy tide;
And though the current bears us on, from all that's bright in life,
My love will ever be as strong as when I called her wife, my wife.
Our marriage bells are ringing, etc.
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