American Old Time Song Lyrics: 58 My Sweetheart Sue

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 58

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Copyright, 1896, by Bunnell & Darenny.
Words by Wilson Imbrie Davenny. Music by Otto Bonnell.

Her hair was of a sunny golden hue,
Her big round eyes were bright and blue;
Her childhood heart was trusting, pure, and true,
The fairest of the fair, my sweetheart Sue.
She loved me then and loves me still,
She tells me that she always will;
Her word is good as bond or gold,
She says she'll love me when I'm old.

Sue, Sue, my sweetheart Sue,
Oh. how I do love you;
Sue, Sue, my sweetheart Sue,
I'll love you and you'll be true.

Her cheeks were of a ruddy, healthy glow,
Her voice was sweet and soft and low;
Her girlhood form was passing plump, you know,
To boldest of the boys my love said "No."
She loved me then and always will.
So soon we'll wed, my soul does thrill;
My Sue I'd bind with ring of gold,
I'm sure she'll love me when I'm old.- Chorus.
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