American Old Time Song Lyrics: 41 Have You Seen Her
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 41
HAVE YOU SEEN HER?
Copyright, MDCCCXCIII, by Henry J. Wehman.
Words by George Cooper. Music by Geo. C. Edwards.
have you seen her? She's the fairest little girl in all the world;
She's a beauty, she's the rarest, she's a rose with dew impearled.
There's a winning way about her that I never saw before;
Oh, I wouldn't he without her, and I love her more and more.
Have you seen her? Have you seen her? Site's the darling girl for me;
She's the neatest, she's the sweetest, and our wedding soon will be.
have you seen her? You can tell her by the sunshine in her face;
Not a maiden can excel her in her loveliness and grace.
There are girls of wealth and splendor, but I'd rather have one smile
From the girl so good and tender that I think of all the while.-Refrain.
have you seen her? She's the treasure of my heart for evermore,
And to know her is a pleasure: she's the girl that I adore,
Any home her smile would brighten, as the stars the sky above;
She was sent my heart to lighten with the blessing of her love.-Refrain.