My Old New Hampshire Home.
Copyright, 1898, by the Orphean Music Publishing Co.
Words by Andrew B. Sterling. Music by Harry von Tilzer.
Far away on the hills of old New Hampshire,
Many years ago, we parted, Ruth and I;
By the stream where we wandered in the gloaming,
It was there I kissed my love a sad good-bye.
She clung to me and trembled when I told her,
And pleadingly she begged of me to stay;
We parted, and I left her broken-hearted,
in the old New Hampshire village far away.
Now the sunshine lingers there, and the roses bloom as fair,
in the wildwood, where together we would roam:
In the village church-yard near sleeps the one I loved so dear.
On the hills of my old New Hampshire home.
in my dreams by the stream last night I wandered,
And I thought my love was standing by my side;
Once again then I told her that I loved her,
Once again she promised she would be my bride;
And as I stooped to kiss her I awakened,
I called her, but she was not there to hear;
My heart lies buried with her neath the willow,
in the old New Hampshire home I love so dear.-Chor.