American Old Time Song Lyrics: 55 Come To My Heart Once Again
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 55
COME TO MY HEART ONCE AGAIN
Copyright, 1896, by the W. F. Shaw Pub. Co.
Words by Arthur Sinclair. Music by Count de Gloria.
Why do you treat me so coldly, once I was dear to your heart;
Give me one glance of affection, just for a word must we part?
Friends have we been since our childhood, friends we should ever remain,
Am I no longer your dear one? come to my heart once again.
Clasp hands once more, smile as of yore!
Life without thee would be pain;
Am I no longer your dear one?
Come to my heart once again.
Can you forget ev'ry gladness? tell me your heart is the same:
You are the star o'er my pathway, mine ad the sorrow and blame;
All would be lonely without you, wherefore the frown on your brow?
Am I no longer your loved one? true is my heart to you now.- Chorus.
Tell me that all is forgiven, whisper the past you forget,
Let us be friends in the future, fond us the days we first met;
Smile on the one who adores you, turn into joy ev'ry pain,
Am I no longer your loved one? come to my heart once again.- Chorus.