YOU ARE MY SWEETHEART.
Copyright, MDCCCXCV, by Henry J. Wehman.
Words by Harry S. Marion. Music by J. P. Mullen.
Two little sweethearts, coming from school one day-
Shyly he told her, in a boyish way:
"When I am older, I'll ask you to marry me;
I'll watch o'er And guide you wherever you on, and no harm shall come to thee
"You are my sweetheart, I will love you ever;
Whatever troubles you may have, we will share together.
When I'm a man I will marry you, then we'll never part;
There's nothing too good in this world for you, my own sweetheart."
Years have rolled onward, journeying on through life;
These little sweethearts now are man and wife,
Two little children, running around at play,
Often remind him of schoolboy days, when to his sweetheart he'd say:- Cho.