American Old Time Song Lyrics: 45 Whose Sweet Smile Is That

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

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Copyright, 1894, by Keller Brothers.
Words and Music by Keller Brothers.

There Is a girl, I know her well, her form is one of grace-
Dresses in the latest style.
If you should meet her on the street, and see so sweet a face,
She would win you with a smile.
Every sunny day I make a call:|
In a handsome carriage we both ride, yes ride.
This little pet I'll win her yet, and 'neath her parasol
All my playful kisses hide.

My heart's so full of cheer: oh, my life Is a happy dream;
And when I'm with my dear, then my joys still sweeter seem.
We met again last night, And as on the porch we sat,
My friends they all did ask," Whose sweet smile is that?"

How brilliant and how mirthful is the light of her blue eyes-
Happiness is pictur'd there.
She wears for me the sweetest smile; its beauty never dies-
Nothing with it can compare.
Soon the time will come when we are wed;
Underneath the marriage bell we'll stand, yes stand;
A festive dance we'll give you, followed by a gorgeous spread,
Souvenirs and music grand.- Chorus.
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