American Old Time Song Lyrics: 12 I Could Tell It If I Felt It In The Dark

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 12

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I Could Tell It if I Felt It in the Dark.

There is a thousand funny things a comic singer sings
To you, no doubt revealing,
And really, on my word, it is seldom that I've heard.
A song that touches on the art of feeling.
There is a power, understand, in the grip of the hand,
As one man to another may remark;
And oft you'll hear them say, of the things they see for day,
I could tell it if I felt it in the dark.

I could tell it if I felt it in the dark,
I could tell it if I felt it in the dark,
I like it very much, I know it by its touch.
I could tell it if I felt it in the dark.

Sometimes we chanced to hold some silver or some gold.
That may be the case with many;
But he is very poor, who never from his store
Can afford to finger more than a penny.
Sometimes we have to spend, and oftimes to lend,
And all of us do like a jolly lark;
But what so be the coin on which my fingers join.
I could tell it if I felt it in the dark.-Chorus.

The other day I chanced to meet a maiden fair and sweet.
Beneath an old tree so shady,
She pledged to me her vow, I will not tell you now-
Some day I mean to wed that little lady.
I tell you it is bliss to steal from her a kiss,
While roaming together in the park;
And as my arm was placed in a circle round her waist,
For I'm always in to have a jolly lark.-Chorus.
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