Historic Sheet Music Collection

Authors

Tell Taylor

Document Type

Score

Publication Date

1913

Comments

Writer of Down by the Old Mill Stream

Tell Taylor Music Publisher New York & Chicago

Photo: La-Cey Sisters

Copyright MCMXIII by Tell Taylor. International Copyright Secured.

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Abstract

VERSE 1
Sweetheart, the sunset is gleaming
Far in the golden west,
That is the time that I’m dreaming,
Of one that I love best;
Time can not change my affection, tho’ it is years since we met.
You gave me your love and I gave you mine,
That’s why I can not forget.

REFRAIN
When the maple leaves were falling,
And the sky was turning gold,
Down the lane we strolled together,
There our tales of love we told;
You were dressed up in your gingham,
Just as sweet as you could be,
When the maple leaves were falling,
You gave your love to me.

VERSE 2
Long years have passed since we wandered
Down that old shady lane,
Your eyes to me are as bright dear,
Your love is just the same;
No flow’r that grows could be sweeter
Kissed by the morning dew.
This is my story and all I can say,
Is that I want you, just you.

REFRAIN

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