IN THY DREAMS REMEMBER ME
Copyright, 1890, by Willis Woodward & Co.
Words and Music W. C. Parker.
Sweet one, I "neath thy window sing, many angels fill thy pillows soft,
With plumage plucked from heavenly wing to guide thy holy dreams aloft,
The bright stars shine in mirrored stream, while over meadows' fair expanse
Benignant planets kindly gleam to light good fairies' midnight dance.
Good-night, good-night, good-night, sweet one, good-night;
In thy dreams remember me, good-night, sweet one, good-night.
The fragrant honey-suckle vine, sweet night-winds odors chaliced Sips,
It's censor, hanging in thy shrine, finds sweeter incense on thy lips:
Good-night, when fond birds come to wake my loved one in her downy nest.
Breathe prayer seraphic for his sake, who wears thine image in his breast.-Ref