When The Flowers Bloom In Spring-time.
Music by Harry Von Tilzer
Words by Andrew B. Sterling
Published 1906 by Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Molly dear, now don't be sighing,
Molly dear, now don;t be sad,
Winter days, will soon be flying,
Spring will come then you'll be glad;
Through the fields we'll roam together,
To the church just down the lane,
Though 'tis dark and stormy weather,
Springtime dear will come again.
When the flowers bloom in springtime, Molly bye and bye,
We'll go roaming in the gloaming, 'neath a summer sky,
Down in clover land we'll wander we'll be happy don't you fear;
When the flowers bloom in springtime, In the springtime dear.
Molly dear, the birds are singing,
Molly dear, the world is gay,
Marriage bells, will soon be ringing,
For this is our wedding day;
Sweet heart mine the sun is shining,
Let me whisper once again,
As I did when you were pining,
Springtime dear will come again