American Old Time Song Lyrics: 50 Charming Little Nance

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 50

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Copyright, 1895, by Patton & Hughes.
Words by P. F. Hughes. Music by Alex J. Patton.

How sweetly Johnny tells love tales in Central Park,
When sunshine bright has fled from sight, with Nancy in the dark;
Her pretty, laughing eyes at him will shyly glance,
His merry little sweetheart, charming little Nance.

So sweet and gay time flits away, with Johnny who's her beau;
He's bound, her love is crowned, though Cupid was so slow.
She'll sweetly dream some lofty theme, while future joys enhance;
A happy little sweetheart, charming little Nance.

Their clothes are new and grand, they're almost "out of sight;"
She loves to hear his voice so clear, make love to her at night;
He speaks with honeyed tongue, till she feels in a trance;
She's a happy little sweetheart, charming little Nance.- Chorus.

So sweet, demure and gay, so softly does she speak,
And bless the sunny day that her true love she did seek.
Some fellows they are tough, at them she looks askance;
She's a happy little sweetheart, charming little Nance.- Chorus.
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