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My Little Girl
Words by Sam. M. Lewis and Will Dillon, Music by Albert Von Tilzer - Copyright 1915
Verse:----------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
C - Dm7 G7
Dm7 G7 C C6         G7
C - G -
Am Bm         D7 G7         Dm Gdim      A7
G7 - C6 -             A7
D7 - G7 -
Chorus:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
C - - -
- -            Cdim G7 -
- - - -
- -            G+ C G7
C - - -
- C7 F Dm
A+ A7 D7 -
- G7 C -  (G7 to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
I write these lines to tell you that I'm sorry I Left home,
Because I'm all alone,  why did you let me roam?
Some one put the jinx on me,  I'm up against it strong,
I'm out of work and so I wrote a song.
The first verse dear is very sweet,  because it speaks of you.
I'm sending you the chorus,  read it thru'.
My little girl you know I love you,
And I long for you each day.
My little girl,  I'm dreaming of you,
Tho' you're many miles away.
I see the lane,  down in wildwood,
Where you promised to be true.
My little girl,  I know you're waiting,
And I'm coming back to you.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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