Meet me by moonlight alone, And then I will tell you a tale, Must be told by the moonlight alone, In the grove at the end of the vale. You must promise to come - for I said I would show the night flow'rs [sic] their queen, Nay, turn not away thy sweet head, 'Tis the lovliest [sic] ever was seen - Oh! meet me by moonlight alone.
Daylight may do for the gay, The thoughtless, the heartless, the free, But there's something about the moon's ray That is sweeter to you and to me. Oh! remember - be sure to be there, For though dearly a moonlight I prize, I care not for all in the air, If I want the sweet light of your eyes, So meet me by moonlight alone.
Wm. J. Schmidt, 360 Mulberry Street, Baltimore. Publisher of American, English, Irish, Dutch, Negro, Sailor, Soldier, Comic, Humorous, College, Sentimental, Social and Religious Choice Selected Songs.
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