American Old Time Song Lyrics: 02 Minnie Hear The Blue Bird Sing

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 2

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Minnie Hear the Blue-Bird Sing

Minnie, bear the blue-bird sing,
In the tree above my head;
And the echoes, how they ring,
From above our mossy bed;
Oh, how glad ho doth appear,
As he sings his sweetest lays,
Happy, flitting little dear,
Pride and joy of Spring-time day*.

Now has come the lovely Spring,
Bird and bee is here,
How sweetly now they sing;
Minnie, hear the blue-bird sing.
In the tre above our head,
And the echoes, how they ring,
From above our mossy bed.

Minnie, what does birdie say,
In those strains so full of cheer?
Sings he of a brighter day,
Telling us that Spring is here?
Tes, his heart is tuned more glad,
By green fields and flowers fair,
Winter made him feel so sad,
By its drear and chilling air.-Chorus.

While we twine our early flowers,
Daisies white and violets blue,
He has come to make the hours
Brighter for both me and you;
While the music floats along,
From the woodland to the sea,
Let us join our loudest song,
And as happy, happy be.-Chorus.
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