American Old Time Song Lyrics: 45 Whose Little Girl Are You

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 45

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WHOSE LITTLE GIRL ARE YOU?
Copyright, 1894, by Widmer-Stigler Music Publishing Co.
Words by Thos. Naismyth. Music by George Rosey.

Dreaming of love and of beauty, dreaming of one sweet and fair;
Thinking of one and one only, with tresses of golden hair.
Dear little, sweet little darling, with blue eyes bright as the dew;
Come, little one, now, and tell me, whose little girl are you?

Chorus.
Whose little girl are you? so winning, sweet and fair,
With laughing eyes so bonny blue and locks of golden hair;
Dainty ways, a treat to Bee, with heart so light and true.
Come, pretty one, now, and tell me, whose little girl are you?

Dreaming of eyes full of love-light, dreaming of one good as gold;
Thinking of her, my own heart's low, and longing my love to unfold.
Denr little, shy little sweetheart, with heart so pure and true,
Come to my breast, love, and whisper, whose little girl are you?-Chorus.

Dreaming of love and of beauty, dreaming of one, my sweet bride;
Thinking of one and one only, my own whate'er may betide.
Dear little, sweet little darling, so winning, loving and true,
Stay in my arm-*, now, and whisper, whose little girl are you?- Chorus.
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