American Old Time Song Lyrics: 48 Sweethearts Again
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 48
Copyright, 1896, by The New York Music Co.
Words and Music by Charles Graham.
They were two little children a-playing,
They quarreled as children will;
Then he begged her pardon, saying:
"We two will be playmates still."
But Just for a white she did not smile.
And her frown only caused him pain:
he kissed her at last and the trouble wits post.
Then sold, "Now we're sweet hearts again."
Sweethearts again, sweethearts again.
Both of them singing love's old refrain;
Anger had fled, love reigned instead.
"Let us be sweethearts once more," they said.
They were fond lovers when they grew older,
Till some one between them came;
Their love very soon grew colder,
And yet he took all the blame.
He longed for a while to see her smile,
And his longing was not In vain:
"'Twas my fault," said he-" Mo, 'twas mine.
Jack," said she.
And so they were sweethearts again.- Chorus.