American Old Time Song Lyrics: 41 Dresdina

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DRESDINA.
Copyright, 1893, by Francis, Day & Hunter.
Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by Paul De Faye.

Years ago my heart was breaking, years ago in love I fell,
Ev'ry other thought forsaking, yet my love I dared not tell.
She was dainty, she was pretty, but her heart was cold indeed,
Still I never begged for pity, for I knew she would not heed.
Sunny little maiden, with sweet blossoms laden, still I see her smiling there,
Dainty little lady from far A ready, my Dreed in a, sweet and fair.
Long ago my heart was mended, though I love her dearly still:
Like all love-tales, mine has ended, I have changed, as lovers will.
On my mantel-shelf she's dancing, just a little china maid,
Smiling archly, at me glancing, from beneath her big hat shade.
Sunny little maiden, with sweet blossoms laden, still I see her smiling there,
Dainty little lady from far Arcady, my Dresdina, sweet and fair.
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