Song-book Of The Commandery Of The State Of Pennsylvania - online

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Annie Aloore was the name of a sweet little Miss,
Who lived round the corner from me, Xot a girl or a boy who did not enjoy
Sweet Annie Moore's so-ci-e-ty— Since she moved away much lamenting they say
By the beaux that she had by the score, They don 't miss sister Fanny but sigh for sweet Annie
But they '11 never see Annie Moore any more—
Annie Moore sweet Annie Aloore
We will never see sweet Annie any more—
She went away
One Summer's day And we '11 never see sweet Annie any more.
Owen Moore was the name of sweet Annie's Pa-pa,
And he owned a big grocery store, Tho' Owen was willing to pay what he owed
Poor Owen kept on owing more— Now bus'ness was bad and 'twas owing to this
From the neighborhood he moved his store. I know he could borrow and banish his sorrow,
If he'd only bring us back sweet Annie Aloore.
Annie Aloore, etc.
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