American Old Time Song Lyrics: 21 A Dark And Roguish Eye

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 21

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We all do like the pretty girls,
We see them day by day.
And how at first sight fall in love,
Whene'er they pass that way;
But a charming girl, the other morn,
I saw come walking by,
And as she gazed, I saw she had
A dark and roguish eye.

I never can forget her,
The first time that I met her.
And as I looked my fate was hooked,
I sealed it with a sigh;
I found that I had fell in love
With a dark and roguish eye.

Her dress was in the fashion cut,
Hooped up so gay and neat.
And as she went to cross the way,
I saw her pretty feet;
By chance she dropped her handkerchief,
'Twas marked Lucy.
I picked it up, she thanked me with
A dark and roguish eye.-Chorus.

Of course this little chance I took,
We walked and talked awhile,
She said her father he was rich,
He lately had struck He;
But as I exclaimed: Will you be mine?
Her fellow he came by,
Walk off! he said, or I'll give you
A dark and roguish eye.-Chorus.
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