American Old Time Song Lyrics: 50 I Loved A Bonnie Lassie Long Ago

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I Loved a Bonnie Lassie Long Ago.
Copyright, 1895, by James Stillman.
Words by Richard B. Milloy.
Music by Arthur F. Nicholson.

I loved a bonnie lassie lout; ago,
And I loved her as I never loved before;
Oh, I met her on a moonlight summer's night,
And I told her that I'd love her evermore.
She became my little wife, and I loved her with my life,
For we thought that nothing e'er could part as two;
Oh, I loved a bonnie lassie long ago,
And my love was true.

Refrain.
Darling Jane, pretty Jane,
I know I'll never see your face again;
Oh, I loved a bonnie lassie long ago,
And my love was true.

In the little country churchyard on the hill,
While the son is slowly setting in the West,
All my happy dreams of love come back to me
Since I left my little darling there to rest.
In the mountain or the dell my thoughts do often dwell;
But, alas! my happy dream of love is o'er,
For I loved a bonnie lassie long ago,
And my love was true.- Refrain.
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