From the Album-"Texas & Tennessee"

Lorena


Words and music by H.D.L. Webster & J.P. Webster
public domain

The years creep slowly by, Lorena
The snow is on the grass again
The sun's low down the sky, Lorena
The frost gleams where the flow'rs have been.

But the heart throbs on as warmly now,
As when the summer days were nigh;
Oh, the sun can never dip so low,
A-down affection's cloudless sky.

A hundred months have passed, Lorena,
Since last I held that hand in mine,
And felt the pulse beat fast, Lorena,
Though mine beat faster far than thine.

A hundred months, 'twas flowery May,
When up the hilly slope we climbed,
To watch the dying of the day,
And hear the distant church bells chime.

We loved each other then, Lorena,
More than we ever dared to tell;
And what we might have been, Lorena,
Had but our lovings prospered well.

But then, 'tis part, the years are gone,
I'll not call up their shadowy forms;
I'll say to them, "Lost year, sleep on!
Sleep on! nor heed life's pelting storms.

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