American Old Time Song Lyrics: 55 Come To My Heart Once Again

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 55

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Copyright, 1896, by the W. F. Shaw Pub. Co.
Words by Arthur Sinclair. Music by Count de Gloria.

Why do you treat me so coldly, once I was dear to your heart;
Give me one glance of affection, just for a word must we part?
Friends have we been since our childhood, friends we should ever remain,
Am I no longer your dear one? come to my heart once again.

Clasp hands once more, smile as of yore!
Life without thee would be pain;
Am I no longer your dear one?
Come to my heart once again.

Can you forget ev'ry gladness? tell me your heart is the same:
You are the star o'er my pathway, mine ad the sorrow and blame;
All would be lonely without you, wherefore the frown on your brow?
Am I no longer your loved one? true is my heart to you now.- Chorus.

Tell me that all is forgiven, whisper the past you forget,
Let us be friends in the future, fond us the days we first met;
Smile on the one who adores you, turn into joy ev'ry pain,
Am I no longer your loved one? come to my heart once again.- Chorus.
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