American Old Time Song Lyrics: 52 Will Love You And You Will Love Me

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

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Copyright, 1896, by H. W. Petie.
Words by Wm. H Gardner Music by H. W. Petrie.

Two little children were playing together,
Under the trees by the brook;
One was the father, the other the mother,
Like grown-up folks tried to look.
"I'll earn the money," the laddie said proudly,
Happy and rich we will be.
I'll mind the house," said the sweet lass,
I will love you and you will love me.

I will love you and you will love me,
With roses our path Bull he strewn;
I will love you. you will love me,
Ottr lives shall he MM honeymoon.
I will love you and you will love me,
E'en when we have crown old and gray;
We'll happy be forever and aye,
I will love you and you will love me.

Like crown up people, they built fairy castles,
Talking so crave on life's themes;
Dear little lassie and laddie together,
Dreaming the brightest of dreams.
"I'll not be cross, dear," the little maid whispered,
Frowns on my face you'll ne'er see,
And hand in hand, kissing, they said,
I will love you, and you will love me- Refrain.
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