Copyright, 1897, by Chas. H. Harris.
Words and music by Chas. H. Harris.
I've a daisy for my sweetheart, pretty blue-eyed Daisy Dann,
And a sweeter little flower never bloomed in all this land;
I have never thought to doubt her, within her eyes, so fair to see,
Gleams a light to tell me daily that she loves no one but me.
Daisy, pretty Daisy, my promised bride,
My life, my sunshine, my only joy and pride;
Oh, how I love her! I'm a far better man
Since I've won the heart of Daisy, pretty blue-eyed Daisy Dann.
You might search this wide world over, but I'm sure you'd never find
One among ten thousand people with a heart so good and kind;
Why there's not a single fellow who has not tried to win the hand
Of the girl I've pledged to marry, pretty blue-eyed Daisy Dann.-Cho.