American Old Time Song Lyrics: 40 Two Little Hearts Made One

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

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Two Little Hearts Made One.
Copyright, 1893, by Francis. Day & Hunter.
Written and Composed by Arthur West.

When a man's married his trouble begins,
Rent, rates and taxes to punish his sins,
Sometimes, as well, there's the equaling of twins,
When two little hearts are one.
Single young fellows and maidens here now,
If you are anxious to take on the vow,
Then listen to me, I'll explain to you how
Two little hearts are made one.

One little "How are you," one little billet-doux.
One little dance, a fairy trance, then disappear from view;
One little tale is told, one little man is gone,
One little kiss, oh, joy and bliss, and two little hearts made one.

When a man's bashful he's awfully shy,
Fearing, yet hoping, not daring to try;
Yet, when they re married, we oft wonder why,
When two little hearts are one.
Men who are bashful are naught but a bore.
Maidens are coy, but that's quite right, I'm sure;
You'll find she'll come out of her shell more and more,
When two little hearts are one.-Refrain.

When he to win her has successfully tried,
Wretched is he if she's not by his side,
Till the day comes when he makes her his bride,
Then two Little hearts are one.
When they are married he goes to his club,
Plays pool or billiards at a favorite pub,
The wife's all right home, she can rub and can scrub,
Now two little hearts are one.-Refrain.
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