Copyright, 1895, by National Music Company.
Words by Lawrence Oxenford. Music by Theo. H. Northrup.
Just one night, dear, you remember where leaves hid the trickling brook?
There we met, dear, in our Maying; hid from view in our cosey nook;
There we vowed that we were lovers; and no tongue could our love disguise,
And the earth seemed as a heaven, as we looked in the starry skies.
Ah! love, do you remember, you were my darling,
I was your lover, in the days of Maying time, dear,
And we breathed eternal vows of love;
Just one night, in October, love's golden dream had come in our Maying;
And we vowed that we would love each other,
Love's golden dream was fulfilled in our Maying time.
I remember of the night, dear, that you gave me your love for aye;
How we trod in airy castles, as we looked in the moonlit sky;
How we loved each other, darling, with a love, pure as heaven above;
Then the weary hours of parting, 'till we met to renew our love.-Chorus.