Historic Sheet Music Collection

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New York: F. A. Mills (1911)

Distributed by The Plaut-Cadden Co., Norwich, CT

Photo of John P. Curran on cover

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[Verse 1]
Gee Whiz!
Hon, it’s tough on me,
You’d have pity could you see
Me as lonesome as can be.
Since you went and left me here
Ev’ry day has been a year.
Just been thinking may be you were a bit unhappy too.
If this feeling comes a-stealing,
Just listen to my heart appealing.

Send for me!
When you’re lonely
Just send for me!
You may want company
When you start in to miss the kiss
That used to bring you bliss Oh!
Send for me!
When you’re pining
Just send for me!
‘Cause, when you’re feeling sad
Wish you had some on around to make you glad,
I’ll be waiting and waiting,
Hoping you’ll send for me.

[Verse 2]
Come to think where love is true
Falling-outs are nothing new,
Sweethearts always have a few.
Why is it we can’t explain
‘Cause they make right up again.
Guess it’s up to you and me
To make up so lovingly.
My heart’s burning, fondly yearning
To have you long for my returning



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