An old man gazed on a photograph
In a locket he'd worn for years
His Nephew then asked him the reason why
That picture had cost him tears
'Come listen' said he, 'and I'll tell you lad
A story that's strange but true
Your Father and I, at the school one day
Met two little girls in blue,'

Chorus: Two little girls in blue, lad
Two little girls in blue
They were sisters, we were brothers
And learned to love the two
And one little girl in blue, lad,
Who won your Father's heart
Became your Mother, I married the other
But now we have drifted apart.

'That picture is one of those girls' he said
'And to me she once was a wife
I thought her unfaithful, we quarrelled, lad
And parted that night for life
My fancy of jealousy wronged a heart
A heart that was good and true
For two better girls never lived than they
Those two little girls in blue,

Written and composed by Charles Graham
Performed by Lily Burnard
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