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Somebody’s Coming to See Me To Night
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(published by D. S. Holmes, N.Y., 1864)
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1.
Somebody’s coming to see me to night;
Somebody’s fair and his eyes they are bright,
Softly he speaks and his words they are dear;
Soon as the stars are out he will be here.
Chorus:
Somebody’s coming to see me to night,
Somebody’ll meet him with joy and delight.
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3.
Somebody’s coming to see me to night,
Somebody’s presence is dear to my sight.
Somebody’s cheeks are as red as the rose,
Somebody’s sorry when somebody goes.
Chorus:
Somebody oftentimes given me a kiss;
Somebody’ll meet me enraptured with bliss,
Somebody says I’m the joy of his life
And soon I’m to be that somebody’s wife.
Chorus:
   
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