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VP_013636 Verse 1Dear, when the twilight is falling Then you are thinking of me, For to you, love, I am calling tell; When other arms, and other charms would hold you in a spell. If lips were bold to say "Let old acquaintance be forgot," If you'd be as true as I'll be to you, Forget me, forget me not. Over the deep rolling sea. Why should such distance divide us? Why must we both live apart? Mingled with tears, are only my fears Lock'd in my lonely heart. Chorus 1When other eyes, 'neath other skies, to you their secret tell Secret tell When other arms and other charms Would hold you in a In a spell If lips were bold to say "Let old acquaintance be forgot" be forgot If you'd be as true as I'll be to you, Forget me, Forget me not Forget not. Verse 2Now while the starlight is bright here Lighting the heavens above, Send me a message tonight, dear, tell; When other arms, and other charms would hold you in a spell. If lips were bold to say "Let old acquaintance be forgot," If you'd be as true as I'll be to you, Forget me, forget me not. Wing'd by the white dove of love. Tell me that our love is something Something that none can divide, Say that you know thro' life we will go Hand in hand, side by side.

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Physical Description

1 score (6 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.

Publication Date

1909

Publisher

Jerome H. Remick & Co

Publication Place

New York

Forget Me Not

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