HE'LL LOVE YOU BYE AND BYE.
Copyright, 1893, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words and Music by Joseph Hart.
He-Out secret, darling, we must not tell, we must not tell;
'Twould not be well!
But soon, my love, I will impart
What's in my heart, what's in my heart.
Your father's love, dear, I long to gain, I long to gain,
You. will explain;
Tell him a son to him I'll be
If to his heart he will take me.
She-He'll love you bye and bye, he'll love you bye and bye,
He-He'll love me bye and bye, he'll love me bye and bye,
She-Fondly embrace and caress you,
He-Yes, and fondly caress me,
She-Kiss you and say, "Heaven bless you!"
He-Then kiss me and say, "Heaven bless you!"
She- "I'll love you till I die!" a voice from his heart will cry,
He-He'll love me till I die, a voice from his heart will cry,
She-You'll find a haven of rest; yes, he will love you bye And bye.
He-"Find a haven of rest!" yes, he will love me bye and bye.
She-My darling, when you are ever near me, yes, ever near me,
But bliss steals o'er me;
Then naught but joy my heart can find,
All cares are left, yes, left behind.
Ah! yes, my darling, I love but you, I love but you,
So good and true;
And my dear father will thee bless,
Of all his loves he'll love thee best.-Refrain.