Somebody's Coming When the Dew-drops Fall

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The Music of this Song will be sent to any address, post-paid, on receipt of 40 cents, by Henry J. Wehman, 50 Chatham St., New York.

SOMEBODY’S COMING WHEN THE DEW-DROPS FALL.

Somebody’s coming when the dew-drops fall,
Somebody’s coming for a twilight call;
He will be welcome to the best of all,
So I’ll keep a little kiss for him!
We are happy as the day is long,
And no one shall ever make us sad;
For he’s coming, coming quickly,
And I will meet him when the dew-drops fall.

Somebody’s coming when the stars grow bright,
Somebody’s coming with a smile to-night;
Roses will listen for his foot-steps light,
And the nightingale will sing to him.
I will meet him at the garden gate,
To tell him the secret once again,
For he’s coming coming quickly,
And I will meet him when the dew-drops fall.—

Somebody’s coming with a heart so true,
And he will whisper in the twilight, too,
One little story that is ever new,
’Tis the one I always love to hear.
Hark! he’s coming, for I hear his song,
The sweetest, the gayest of them all!
For he’s coming, coming quickly,
And I will meet him when the dew-drops fall.—

H. J. Wehman, Song Publisher, 50 Chatham St New York.,

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