Sung by the Clipper Quartette, at Kernan's Monumental Theatre.
Come away, come away, Oh! come where the silv'ry waves break, Oh! come, oh, come, There's moonlight on the lake; There's moonlight on the lake, The sun has gone to rest, The birds have called their lov'd have called their lov'd ones to their nest. Upon the banks we meet, Our boat the ripples break, Our hearts are filled with joy, For now there's moonlight on the lake, Come away, come away, Oh, come where the silv'ry waves break, Oh, come, oh, come, there's moonlight on the lake, Moonlight on the lake, moonlight on the lake, Our boat, our boat the wavelets break, And our hearts are fill'd with joy, To see the moonlight on the lake upon the lake, Come away, come, away, Oh, come where the silv'ry waves break, Oh, come, oh, come there's moonlight on the lake, Yes, come, yes, come, yes, come, yes, come.
Wm. J. Schmidt, 260 Myrtle Avenue, Baltimore. Publisher of American, Engilsh [sic], Irish, Dutch, Negro, Sailor, Soldier, Comic, Humorous, College, Sentimental, Social and Religious Choice Selected Songs.
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