American Old Time Song Lyrics: 44 Apple Blossoms
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 44
Copyright, 1893, by Gardner & Kline.
Words by Marion May. Music by Gustave H. Kline.
O, sweetheart do you remember, In the sunset's roof glow,
Under scented apple blossoms, you and I alone, you know,
And I told you that I loved you, you were all the world to me;
Only you and I together, and the blossoms on the tree;
Only you And I together, and the blossoms on the tree.
Apple blossoms, apple blossoms, falling soft 'round you and me,
But you're sweeter, love, And fairer than the blossoms on the tree.
If only my heart could tell you all the love it holds for you,
You would only live in sunshine; you would know that I am true.
Just a little promise give me-oh, how happy I would be
If you'd tell me that you love me, 'neath the dear old apple tree;
If you'd tell me that you love me, 'neath the dear old apple tree.- Chorus