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H. Caecilia


"Three O'Clock in the Morning"
(in 1919 for piano without words; 3 Jun 1921; 27 Jan 1922)
Waltz Song with Chimes
Words by Dorothy Terriss [pseud. for Dolly Morse, 1890-1953]
Music by Julian Robledo, 1887-1940
Revised by Frank E. Barry
The Sensational Dance Hit of Two Continents

London, England: West Ltd.
New York, NY: Leo Feist
[Source: 157/047@Levy]

It's three o'clock in the morning,
We've danced the whole night thru,
And daylight soon will be dawning,
Just one more waits with you,
That melody so entrancing,
Seems to be made for us two,
I could just keep right on dancing
forever dear with you.

There goes the three o'clock chime,
chiming rhyming
My heart keeps beating in time,
Sounds like an old sweet love tune,
Say that there soon will be a honeymoon.

It's three o'clock in the morning,
We've danced the whole night thru,
And daylight soon will be dawning,
Just one more waltz with you,
That melody so entrancing,
Seems to be made for us two,
I could just keep right on dancing
forever dear with you.


Heilige Geest
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