Take Him to Your Heart Again.
Copyright, 1894, by Chas. W. Held.
Words and Music by Monroe a. Rosenfeld.
Take him to your heart again, let the past be now forgot;
Years have brought him grief and pain, sad has been the wand'rer's lot.
Once you thought him fond and dear, must his pleading be in vain?
Smile once more his life to cheer, take him to your heart again.
Ah, forgive him, do not leave him, tears bedim his manly eye;
Let his plea he not in vain, take him to your heart again:
And although you think him faithless, take him to your heart again.
Take him to your heart again, though you thought he was untrue;
Though he left your side in pain, yet. his love he left with you.
Think of plighted vows you told-must those words be all in vain?
For the love you had of old, take him to your heart again.- Chorus.
Take him to your heart again, happy days once more recall;
Hasty words brought only pain, he has sorrowed for them all.
One sweet glance would bring him joy, let his love be not in vain;
Must one error all destroy? Take him to your heart again.-Chorus.