THERE'S ALWAYS A SMILE UPON HER FACE.
Copyright, 1897, by J. C. Groene & Co.
Words and Music by Dave Marion.
My sweetheart has had many couriers, and all have had more wealth than I,
But there's always a welcome awaiting, if I call in when I'm passing by:
There's love in her eyes when she greets me, a kiss when we part in the hall,
If you ask how I know that she loves me, I can see for myself when I call.
There is always a smile upon her face, always a welcome there,
Eyes of blue say I love you, she's the fairest of the fair;
She's one girl in a thousand, how I love her you can guess,
When I popp'd the question without hesitation she answered "yes."
The wedding bells will soon be ringing, then I'll be in perfect bliss,
No shadow shall darken our pathway, the bargain I'll seal with a kiss;
After my day's toil is over to a neat little cottage I'll roam,
I know that there's some one awaiting, it's Molly I see in our home.-Chorus.