American Old Time Song Lyrics: 40 My Dream Of Love Is Oer

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

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Copyright, 1871, by M. O'Reardon.
Composed by M. O'Reardon.

Oh, we've parted from each other, and our dream of love is o'er,
That bright dream was too beautiful to last;
And we'll meet as only strangers in the future evermore,
Our once tender love is buried in the past.
I've tried to bear the blow without sighs or bitter tears,
And tried to smile when my heart ached with pain,
But the burning tears would fall in spite of all that I could do
For thee, darling, whom I ne'er shall see again.

My dream of love Is o'er;
I try to smile when my heart aches with pain,
When the mem'ry of the past comes up before me like a dream,
For thee, darling, whom I ne'er shall see again.

They say you love another, and he's claimed you for his bride
And you ask me to forgive thee and forget
The vows we pledged together by the rippling of the tide,
As I looked into thy beauteous eyes, my pet.
Ah! the heart is like the tide, that flows and ebbs at will,
And I would not cease to love thee, if I could;
Through all the future years I'll love thee dearly, love thee still.
For I could not cease to love thee if I would.- Chorus.
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