Copyright, 1893, by Spaulding & Kornder.
Words by Fred. M. Spotswood. Music by Harry M. Saxton.
Whisper, little darling, that you love me still,
Whisper, little darling, tender vows fulfill;
Whisper with your sweet voice of the days gone by,
Let our kiss of gladness be your only sigh.
Whisper love, whisper love, whisper sweet and low.
Raise your eyes, why those sighs, from you ne'er I'll go;
Hearts like yours, hearts like mine, joined in heaven above,
Should be just as one, my darling, born to whisper love.
Whisper, love, the murmur of the twilight breeze,
When ateve we ramble 'neath the swaying trees;
Leaves still seem to whisper words of love to me,
From my absent darling whom no more I see.-Refrain.
Now the earth is silent, stars their vigil keep,
Roses kissed by dew drops bow their heads and weep;
And your gentle voice, love, full of melody,
Still sings in my dreaming, whisper love to me.-Refrain.