American Old Time Song Lyrics: 52 Say You Love Me

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 52

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SAY YOU LOVE ME.
Copyright, 1895, by H. W. Petite. Enir.
Words and Music by Nat. D. Mann.

Once a lad and lassie sat beneath a tree, all within a garden fair,
And the little lad was bashful as could be, so the lassie in despair
Read to him a poem sweet -there was love in every word;
He reclining at her feet, just this simple story heard:

Refrain.
"Say you love me, darling, do! just us much as I love you
Darling, give to me your heart, then I'll know you love me and we'll never part.
Say you'll love me, darling, do! just as much as I love you
Darling, give to me your heart, then I'll know you love me and we'll never part.

Never was a poem read so tenderly, 'twas a loving heart's appeal:
As the bashful laddie listened patiently, she to him did love reveal;
All his bashfulness had flown, ere the closing words she read:
With a kiss he said, "My own sweetheart, listen;" then he said:-Refrain
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