DIDN'T YOU?
Duet (Natalie and Lorimer)
Music by Hugo Felix
Words by Anne Caldwell
Published MCMXX by T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, N.Y.

[Verse 1]
In that little cafe where candle lights were rosy,
You drank with me, A cup of tea;
By the little pink ray I saw a pretty posy,
That bloomed in grace your charming face,

It must have been a bit stronger than the usual cup of tea,
I can't remember all I said (Nat) I'll refresh your memory:

[Chorus]
You said you'd always love me the same, Didn't you?
You said you'd like to give me your name, Didn't you?
You kissed me, Didn't you?
You've missed me, Havn't you?

You should have been true dear,
Shouldn't you? Couldn't you?
Tell me why, wouldn't you?
You found you care a lot for me yet,
Didn't you?

You found you thought of me all the time, Didn't you?
You kissed me, Didn't you?
You've missed me, Havn't you?
You should forgive me dear,
Shouldn't you? Couldn't you?

Tell me why, wouldn't you?
Shouldn't you? Couldn't you?
Tell me why, wouldn't you? Now.

[Verse 2]
little maid brewed our tea and went to fetch it
We were alone, You'd bolder grown:
When your little hand stole away I tried to catch it,
A pressure slight said" "all is right,"

You leaned a little bit closer as I looked into your eyes,
Then straight away that Little cafe turned into paradise:

[Chorus]