DOLLY VARDEN
Music by H. Engelmann
Words by Richard C. Dillmore
Published MCMXIV by Leo. Feist, Inc.

[Verse 1]
Of all the girls in this fair land
There's none so sweet to me
As one who is my princess grand
Though not of high degree.

Her heart's as true as she is kind,
The sun shine in her face,
Portrays a pure and noble mind
That any eye can trace.

[Chorus]
Dolly, Dolly Varden, I love you,
Dolly, Dolly Varden, to you I will be true;
Dolly, Dolly Varden you're true to me I know,
And that is why I love my Dolly Varden so.

Dolly, Dolly Varden, I love you,
Dolly, Dolly Varden, to you I will be true;
Dolly, Dolly Varden, you're true to me I know,
And that is why I love my Dolly Varden so.

[Verse 2]
Now ever since that she and I
Were little girl and boy,
She's been the apple of my eye,
My fond heart's only joy.

I've lived for her, and her a lone,
This darling of my heart,
And when I claim her as my own
I know we'll never part.

[Chorus]