William T. Sherman at the keyboard
| PLEASE COME BACK TO ME
(produced by Goldwyn, 1919)
Words and Music by:
You said good bye, I did not sigh,
Nor did I even care.
But, dear, since the day that you went away,
My castles are built in the air
Oh! I never knew that I’d miss you,
I never tho’t I’d feel so blue,
I never dreamed sweet-heart you were so dear,
‘Till I found that you were not near,
You told me that there would come a time,
And now it’s come to be
My heart yearns to say, “Dear, let me repay,”
So won’t you please come back to me?
My life just seems, a trail of dreams,
One that ne’er seems to end;
And could I but live, my life I would give,
For one hour with you, dear, to spend.
Copyright MCMXIX by NEILBERG BROS. MUSIC CO.