American Old Time Song Lyrics: 05 Up In A Mulberry Tree

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Up in a Mulberry Tree.
As sung by Miss Annie Pixley.

I'm a daughter of Eve, I would not deceive,
So please to think kindly of me,
I'm not plain to view, but I'm looking at you,
Up in a mulberry tree.
Half-hidden in leaves, one barely perceives
A bonny big baby called me;
A sweet little girl, with her hair all a-curl,
Up in a mulberry tree.

Her small finger-tips are stained, And her lips
Arc purple as purple can be;
'Twould tell tales to kiss such a merry young miss,
Up in a mulberry tree.
I firmly believe is the daughter of Eve,
This dimpled young damsel named me,
Would tempt one with fruit, and then kiss him to boot,
Up in a mulberry tree.
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