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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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The little girl that played upon my knee.

(5) aand now she's dead and gone to rest and in the cold day her beautiful form lies. How i wish that i was lying by her side shes the little girl that played upon my Knee

(chous) Don't tell her thta you love her Don't says what you well do. Don't says what you will do. Don't promise that you'll wed her just because she's fond of you Don't tell her of the future years. and all that you will go through for her sake do not tell her this newkind is selldone true.

(one) Don't tell her, that you love her a youth was on his way to see his sweetheat fond and true while passing through the old homegate he heard a gentle voice. He turned to greet his best friend matter dear. You're Going to see your sweetheart how becareful what you say Don't break her heart because she's fond of you Don't tell her that you love her if you don't remember. Tom that one man out of ten is seldon true.

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