American Old Time Song Lyrics: 50 Sweetheart Come Home To Me

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

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Sweetheart, Come_Home to Me.
Copyright, 1896, by A. Scull & Co.
Words and Music by Will F. McNulty.

I watched the last sad hour of day
As it slowly passed away,
The zephyr breeze of a new-born eve
Bid good-bye to the close of day;
Through the lattice a-peeping
Heav'ns bright twinkling star;
Gay bells rang their sweetest
For one away so far.

Why don't you come? For thee, love, I am waiting;
Song birds will sing, a welcome sweet for thee;
Why don't you corner My heart is breaking-
Sweetheart, my sweetheart, why don't you come to me?

I watched the morning star to rest
As it gently passed away,
The silvery spray of a new-born day
Spreading its mantle o'er hill And dale;
Sweet pretty flowers awak'ning,
Covered with heav'ns dew;
The long night have they watched in vain,
As I have, my sweetheart, for you. - Chorus.

I watched the noon-day shadow play
Along the mountain side,
The glittering stream as it glides along,
Singing its song to the endless tide.
Alone I am waiting thy coming,
Thrice welcome you would be;
My heart, love, is breaking,
Sweetheart, come home to me.- Chorus.
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