LUCINDA CINDA JANE.
Copyright, 1894, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words and Music by Joseph Hart.
I've a gal, and she's a wonder, Cinda, Lucinda, that's her name,
And when she laughs it sounds like thunder, Cinda, Lucinda, Cinda Jane;
Ev'ry night we stand on the corner, in moonlight or in rain;
If mammy knew it, I'd be a goner, with Cindan, Lucinda, Cinda Jane.
Oh, Lucinda, Cinda Jane! oh, Lucinda, Cinda, that's her name!
oh' Lucinda, Cindn, with a kiss I wind her,
That is how I won Lucinda, Cinda Jane.
She has eyes like coals of fire, Cinda, Lucinda, that's her name;
She burns my heart when I sit by her, Cinda. Lucinda, Cinda Jane;
Some day I 'epects that we will marry, and live just down the lane;
As I might lose her, I mustn't tarry with Cinda, Lucinda, Cinda Jane.- Chorus.