"My Little Lady" as written by and Charles Mccormick....
I had a gal, oh, what a gal, her name was Haydee Brown. I'd take
Her out, to ride about, when the moon was shining down. We'd sit
Alone, when we got home, out in the old porch swing. Then the dear
Little miss, would give me a kiss, while sweetly to her I would sing:
Oh, Haydee, my little lady, I love no one but you. Oh, Haydee, my
Little lady, won't you love me, too? We'll get married in June, and
Have a long honeymoon, then settle down for life. Oh, Haydee, my
Little lady, won't you be my wife?

I had a gal, oh, what a pal, she left me alone one day. I didn't
Mind, because I find, they most always do you that way. So, I went
About to try n' find out, if another gal I couldn't find. In less
Than a day, I'd met Sadie Mae, now I hand her the same old line:
Oh, Sadie, my little lady, I love no one but you. Oh, Sadie, my
Little lady, won't you love me, too? We'll get married in June, and
Have a long honeymoon, then settle down for life. Oh, Sadie, my little
Lady, won't you be my wife?


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"My Little Lady" as written by Charles Mccormick

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