Music by W.C. Polla
Words by Jean LeFavre
Published 1919 by C.C. Church & Co.
Life can be so happy, And be so dreary too.
For pals may come and pals may go
Now I have lost you, Partner of my sorrows,
When the world looked blue No joys seemed worthwhile unless,
I shared them with you too.
Buddy, I want you Buddy my heart's lonely too,
Buddy, my pal I miss you.
There is nothing I wouldn't do.
In dreams your sweet face always haunts me.
In life your absence only taunts me.
Buddy make life worth while,
Oh! Buddy do.
Pal, there's one who's waiting, One who is true to you.
For I will never doubt your heart I'll be always true,
Mountains will not stop me, If you call to me,
Clouds will scatter, sun will shine,
Regrets will cease to be.