American Old Time Song Lyrics: 52 Be My Hearts Queen
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 52
BE MY HEART'S QUEEN.
Copyright, 1896, by Vorhaner Bros. & Co.
Words by Fred C. Vorhauer. Music by Will A. Vorhauer.
In almost every country town, where girlhood's mystic spell
Holds power over young men's hearts, you'll find some girl the belle;
She's always prettier than the rest, and each And every day
Some fellow with his heart aflame will visit her And say:
"My own darling, I love you alone;
Will you be my queen? let, my heart be your throne;
In it you shall always reign supreme.
And I will always love you if you'll be my heart's my heart's queen."
Each day this is repeated by young men o'er and o'er;
They never seem to weary, she has them by the score;
Some fellow luckier than the rest will surely win some day.
When he shall ask her to be his, And sweetly to her say:-Chorus.