American Old Time Song Lyrics: 44 She Loved Not Wisely But Too Well

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She Loved Not Wisely, But Too Well.
Copyright, 1894, by T. B. Barms & Co.
Words by Robert Mack. Music by Andrew Mack.

In a quaint, old-fashioned country town, there lived a handsome maiden,
With cheeks of red, and eyes of brown, and heart with joy o'erladen,
Her life was full of sunshine, ah, until the tempter camel
She loved him madly, truly, now she's fled to hide her shame.

She loved not wisely, but too well!
The anguish of her heart I cannot tell.
That maid so bright and winning, sinned against, not sinning-
She loved not wisely, but too well!

But the tempter still remains to charm, is welcomed-base deceiver;
The story of the lovely maid is laughed at-none believe her.
Be sure his conscience smites him, as his thoughts on her do dwell:
The girl who loved him fondly, loved not wisely but too well.-Refrain.
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