Truelove River

Truelove River Romance & Love

Stock #: 62016
Type: Postcard
Era: Divided Back
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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There's River old in a land of gold, As gossips all relate, A River whose course, from bar to source, Never ran smooth or straight. And every lass and every lad, Once on that stream afloat, Must thread the maze of its winding ways, Till the salt seas rock their boat. Refrain: Misery Marsh and Pity Bend, Friendship corner, the stream runs fast, Tenderness Crossing, Kissing Ford, And Trothplight Town is reached at last. Oh, Truelove River, give my love to me, Honeymoon Isle is over the bar, so carry us out to sea. Full worlds and music of the above Song can be had form all Music dealers and Stationers, or form Knight Brothers, 18, Holborn, London. Words by R. Norman Silver. Music by Herbert E. Haines, part composer of "The Catch of the Season." Over 220,000 copies of "The Map of Truelove-River" have been sold.
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