IF YOU'LL MARRY ME.
Copyright, 1894, by The New York Music Co.
Words by Dave Seymour. Music by Ed. W. Rowland.
A simple question I would ask, love, of you,
Will it he a happy task, oh, tell me true?
The love that dwells within my heart I can't suppress;
If I ask you marry me, oh, answer yes.
You'll have the love of a heart fond and true if you'll marry me;
When stars cease to shine, then my love will decline-I'll constant be;
With you as my wife down the pathway of life, happy we shad be;
You I implore, the gin I adore, I love but thee.
If you'll be my little wife. I'll live for you.
Our home will be a paradise of love so true,
You the queen, to reign supreme, fond hearts we;
Love's honeymoon will never end if you'll marry me - Chor.