Sweet Maggie Gordon. CHARMING LOVE DITTY. Arranged by Ned Straight.
Copyright 1880, and all rights reserved by Mrs. Pauline Lieder.
The Music of this Song can be obtained at Mrs. Pauline Lieder's Music Store, No. 60 Chatham St., N. Y. Or will be sent by mail, post paid, to any address, on receipt of price, 30 cts., in postage stamps.
I wish my love and I was sailing As far from land as far could be, Far, far across the deep blue water, Where I'd have none to trouble me.
Sweet Maggie Gordon you are my bride, Come sit you down upon my knee, And tell to me the very reason, Why I am slighted thus by thee.
The sea is deep, I can't swim over, Neither have I the wings to fly, But, I will hire some jolly sportsman, To carry o'er my love and I. Sweet Maggie Gordon, &c.
I wish I had a glass of brandy. The reason I will tell to thee, Because when drinking, I am thinking, Does my true love remember me. Sweet Maggie Gordon, &c.
Published by Mrs. PAULINE LIEDER, publisher of the Singers' Journal, Sheet Music, Ballads, Laughable Games, &c, No. 60 Chatham St, N. Y. Catalogue of Sheet Music, Jokes, Sketches, &c, sent on application.
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