COME OFF O' THE MOON.
Copyright. 1895, by A.B. Schulz.
Words and Music by Al. B. Schulz.
'Way up in the moon is my dear one,
I know he's in love with me:
I know that hit heart I have captured;
He always Is smiling at me;
Each night about eight I sit by the gate
And watch for my sweet one above;
And when he appears, I greet him with cheers.
And sing to my own darling love.
Come off o' the moon, just to please me;
Come off o' the moon: don't you tease me;
Stop winking at me, 'cause mamma might see,
And catch you at. flirting with me, love;
Come off o' the moon just a minute,
And tell me that no one is in it with you
Except me, how happy I'd be;
Come off o' the moon, now do.
His ways they are really bewitching,
His eyes they are ever so bright;
Whenever my mamma is looking,
A cloud hides him quickly from sight:
It fills me with bliss when he throws a kiss.
And bids me good-night from above;
To-morrow at eight I'll be at the gate,
And sing to my own darling love:- Chorus.