American Old Time Song Lyrics: 41 Just A Kiss Little Sis
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 41
JUST A KISS, LITTLE SIS.
Copyright, 1893, by Geo. T. Worth & Co.
Words by Roland Hennessy. Music by Chas. J. Wilson.
I know a little fair-haired Miss, you also know her well,
To me her name is Little Sis, but more I cannot tell.
You know her, she'd a throne adorn, a fair mate for a king,
And when I see her ev'ry morn, I'm always sure to sing:
Just a kiss, Little Sis, (kiss, kiss, kiss,)
Don't be scared, I ask for only one.
Ah! why so shy? let me try, (kiss, kiss, kiss,)
Just to show you how the act is done.
Oh! do not, pray, say me nay, (kiss, kiss, kiss,)
For one kiss would give me perfect bliss;
Just pucker so, let 'er go,
Just a kiss, Little Sis.
This little Miss waits ev'ry eve for me beside the gate,
I know she's there, she'll never leave, no matter if I'm late,
And when she greets me with a smile, and asks what news I bring,
I answer in the same old style, in words I love to sing:-Chorus.
Who is this girl who loves me so, whom I love in return?
Why, I'll not tell you, don't you know? then list, if you would learn-
I call my sister- Little Sis, she's six, I'm twenty-two,
If you have a sister or sweetheart, sing this gay love ditty I've sung to you:-Cho.