The Queen of Mulberry Bend.
Copyright. 1898, by A. H. Mansfield Words and Music by W. Leavey
There is a charming little girl the neighbors all adore,
A fair-haired little beauty, with lovers by the score.
But I'm the one most favored, and on that you can depend,
That the sweetest little girl of all is the Queen of Mulberry Bend.
Sweet little Katie Mahoney, she's not too proud or too toney,
A queen in her set, is my dear little pet, my sweet little Katie Mahoney.
Fair as the fairest of flowers, many are the happy hours [Bend.
Together we'd spend, to wed her I intend, my queen down in Mulberry
We stroll out ev'ry evening to the pretty park, close by,
And listen to the music while the hours swiftly fly,
The sweetest music to me was my own Katie's consent,
For me to name the happy day of that important event.- Chorus.