Sweetest Girl, Silly Boy, I Love You

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AUG. Sweetest girl!
FLUFFY. Silly boy
Fluffy dear,
Reckless boy!
I'm nervous;
You're fooling
I love you,
You love me!
Fluffy dear,
You're so cute!
Your image fills my brain.
Does it pain?
I'll explain


AUG. You're as fair as the sky above me,
FLUFFY. You love me!
I love you,
You love me!
Fluffy dear,
Honest true,
I love you
you love me?
Better wait!
No that's straight!
Hesitate!
No that's straight.
Better wait.


FLUFFY. Please play B flat,
and don't be bold.
AUG. Oh, come be kind
and don't you scold.
I said B flat,
said be kind,
You'd kiss me if you knew your mind,
To kiss you I have half a mind,
BOTH. At such a thought of bliss,
Oh my heart beats go fortissimo.


AUG. Loud pedal hard,
FLUFFY. And not a word
Of what we say
Is over heard,
BOTH. We can't be over heard.
AUG. Can I forget the day we met
I loved you then, I'll get you yet,
I'll wed you or I'll not wed any;
FLUFFY. flirtations you have had so many!
Flirtations? on my honor, no!
No! oh you Angel!


FLUFFY. Dearest boy,
AUG. Sweetest girl,
I love you,
I love you,
BOTH. I love you,
AUG. Fluffy dear,
FLUFFY. Dearest boy,
BOTH. I love you Sweetheart my own my love.

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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.


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