American Old Time Song Lyrics: 45 With Marguerite At Home

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

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Copyright, 1891, by Otto F. Hager.
Written and Composed by Otto F. Hager.

When moving sun is shining, and all the earth is smiling,
When all is is bright And clear: where'er I chance to roam
There's still a spot that's brighter, and loving hearts are lighter-.
I find that spot so dear with Marguerite at home.

That sweet place to me leave in this world alone,
That spot to me so dear, with Marguerite at home.

When dark clouds gather o'er us, and troubles rise before us,
And my heart is sad with fear, as o'er the world I roam,
There's one bright spot that's cheerful, for loving hearts when tearful-
I find that spot so dear with Marguerite at home.-Chorus.

So let the world bring gladness, I cure not If 'tis sadness
Or trouble dark and drear; when thro' the world I roam,
If that one spot you leave me, of all you may bereave me-
That spot to me so dear, with Marguerite at home.-Chorus.
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