American Old Time Song Lyrics: 46 Sweet Elsie

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SWEET ELSIE.
Copyright, 1895, by The S. Brainard's Sons Co.
Words and Music by De Witt Marie.

She's coming, sweet Elsie, she's coming to me,
To say that she loves me and true she will be;
My have I have promised till death do us part,
My Elsie, my darling sweetheart.
She knows I am longing to see her again,
And soon she is coming to me
To give me her answer, and then we'll ne'er part,
My Elsie, my darting sweetheart.

Refrain.
She's coming, sweet Elsie, she's coming to me,
To say that she loves me and true she will be;
My love I have promised till death do us part,
And now she is coming, my darling sweetheart,
My Elsie, my darling sweetheart.

She's coming, sweet Elsie, I see her dear face.
The fairest and sweetest, with form full of grace;
I see her sweet smiles And her tender blue eyes,
And know that she truly loves me.
Her heart is as pure as the loveliest flower
That bloom in the sweet morning dew;
I'm waiting her coming, her coming to me,
I know that my sweetheart is true.- Refrain.
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