MY LITTLE BABY.
Copyright, 1897, by T B. Harms & Co.
Words by Hugh Morton Music by Gustave Karker.
Pretty girl, my fancy turns to you;
Listen, and I'll tell you what I'll do,
I'll kiss you more than twice, and if you think it nice,
Unto those kisses I will add a few;
That's what I'll do, my dear, to you;
Lay your little golden head on my left shoulder,
Darling, I would have you grow a trifle bolder,
Ob. you pretty posy, ain't we getting cosy, my little baby:
You're as sweet as roses when they bloom on June days,
You're as warm as sunlight is on summer noondays;
I will never lose you, I'll kiss until I bruise you, my little baby.
Pretty girl, they've made you very sweet,
You'd create excitement on the street;
You've made a hit with me, and now. If you'll agree,
Our lips in osculation soon will meet;
If I entreat, will you be sweet?
Lay your little golden head on my left shoulder, etc.