Copyright, 1894, by L W. Shaw.
Words by Laura E. Newell. Music by Gale Osmund Tussing.
When morn in beauty dawns, and fair the earth and bright,
Then thou art all to me, Eulalie, my true heart's delight.
Oh, love, thou'rt mine alone-each day art fairer grown;
My queen, at thy dear shrine I kneel. for, love, thou'rt mine, ever mine-ah!
Pure as morning, bonnie and bright.
Winsome and merry, my true heart's delight;
With my lassie none can compare-
Sweet Eulalie, so dainty and fair.
It gleams, a smiling sky, my love doth gaily Bine.
Her voice is clear and sweet, as birds upon the lightest wing;
And when the day is dim, she vanishes my care,
Her presence gilds each hour, she drives away all gloom and despair- ah!- Ref.
Eulalie mine alone, this earth a dream would be.
Devoid of hope and joy, if it were not my love for thee-
But peace and joy abide with me when thou art near:
When thou art by my side I am content, dear heart so sincere-ah!- Refrain