American Old Time Song Lyrics: 43 Seeing Jennie Home

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 43

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Copyright, MDCCCXCIV, by Henry J. Wehman.
Words and Music by Geo. C. Edwards.
Arranged by F. W. Meacham.

I have an only Jennie, she is most wondrous fair,
And ev'ry day I meet her on the corner of the square;
Then arm in arm together we are happy as we roam,
And so sweetly ends the evening in seeing Jennie home.

Seeing Jennie home, oh, what joy it gives me;
Heart so true, eyes so blue, golden hair has my Jennie.
Seeing Jennie home, oh, what joy it gives me;
Ev'ry night 'tis my delight seeing Jennie home.

Just seventeen is Jennie, she is so shy and coy,
With smiles she always greets me, and it fills my heart with joy;
No wonder I am envied when with Jennie dear I roam,
And alone have all the pleasure of seeing Jennie home.- Chorus.

The time seems long in coming when marriage bells will ring,
And birds, the pleasure sharing, in the trees will sweetly sing;
When the wedding march resounding like the Chorus of a poem,
And on my arm so proudly I'll take my Jennie home.- Chorus.
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