Historic Sheet Music Collection

Authors

Billy Gaston

Document Type

Score

Publication Date

1907

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By Billy Gaston

Photo: Billy Gaston

Illustrator: Starmer

Billy Gaston's Successful Songs:

This Ain't Suck a Bad Town After All .50
You'll Be Sorry Just Too Late .50
Gee! But I Feel Blue .50
She Was an Early Bird, So I Must Have Been a Little Worm .60
Good Bye Bill .50
Two is Company .50

Published by Shapiro Music Publisher, Cor Broadway & Thirty Ninth Street. New York

Words and Music by Billy Caston [sic]

Copyright 1907 by Maurice Shapiro, Broadway & 39th St., New York.
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.

“Some of these resources may contain offensive stereotypes. Such materials should be seen in the context of the time period and as a reflection of the attitudes of the time. The items are part of the historical record, and do not represent the views of the library or the institution.”

Abstract

VERSE 1
I feel blue, all through you,
And you ought to feel so too;
When you’re cross, it’s your lose,
You just cannot be my boss.
Though I love you, that you know,
Say you’re sorry or else I’ll go.
If I do, bad for you,
You’ll go lonely all life through.

REFRAIN

You’ll be sorry just too late,
When my love has turned to hate.
Then you’ miss my kiss each day,
And a little girl at play;
Say you’re sorry, cross your heart,
Then I’ll give you one more start,
If you are, don’t hesitate,
You’ll be sorry just too late.

VERSE 2
Don’t forget, you’ll regret,
Soon my heart will be to let,
You may bide, by it’s side,
But t’will be well occupied.
Say you’re sorry, then I’ll know,
That you don’t want me to go.
Don’t refuse, you may loose,
I have lots of beaus to choose.

REFRAIN

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