I Love My Love in the Springtime.
Copyright, 1891, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by Ludwig Englander.
Those little tender phrases, that lovers know so well,
In which to sing the praises of that mysterious spell,
Let those who doubt deride them, in their supreme conceit,
But hearts that love have tried them, and none are half so sweet.
And none are half so sweet, and none are half so sweet.
I love my love in the springtime, and I love my love in the fall,
And in the golden summer, I love her best of all.
Through all the changing seasons, I vow by the stars above.
From summer's glow, to winter's snow, I love my love.
Give me no empty token, before we two must part,
Let those sweet words be spoken, that lips learn from the heart;
I want no words of learning, to waft me to the skies.
But yearning heart to yearning, in simple truth replies,
In simple truth replies, in simple truth replies:
I love my love in the springtime, etc.