SWEET ROSIE O’GRADY
 
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Just down around the corner
of the street where I reside,
There lives the cutest little girl
that I have ever spied;
Her name is Rose O'Grady and,
I don't mind telling you,
That she's the sweetest little Rose
the garden ever grew.

Chorus: Sweet Rosie O'Grady,
My dear little Rose,
She's my steady lady,
Most ev'ryone knows.
And, when we are married,
How happy we'll be;
I love sweet Rosie O'Grady,
And Rosie O'Grady loves me.

I never shall forget the day
she promised to be mine,
As we sat telling love tales
in the golden summer time.
'Twas on her finger that I placed
a small engagement ring,
While in the trees, the little birds
this song they seemed to sing!

Chorus: Sweet Rosie O'Grady,
My dear little Rose,
She's my steady lady,
Most ev'ryone knows.
And, when we are married,
How happy we'll be;
I love sweet Rosie O'Grady,
And Rosie O'Grady loves me.

 
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Written and composed by Maude Nugent - 1896
Performed by Pat Rafferty (1861-1952)
 
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