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Jenny June
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(published by Firth, Son & Co., N.Y., 1863)
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Did you ever see dear Jenny June
When the meadows were in tune
With the birds among the bowers
In the sweet summer time
You would love her I am sure
For her heart is warm and pure
And as guiless as the flowers
In the sweet summer time.
Chorus:
Did you see dear Jenny June
When the meadows were in tune
With the birds among the bowers
In the sweet summer time.
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All the robbins cease their song
As she gaily speeds along
Just to listen to her singing
In the sweet summer time
And her modest beaming eyes
Are the color of the skies
Many pleasant fancies bringing
In the sweet summer time.
Chorus:
With my darling Jenny June
When the meadows are in tune
How I love to go a roving
In the sweet summer time
While her presence seems to be
Like a ray of light to me
For she’s ever fond and loving
In the sweet summer time.
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