Do You Ever Think Of Me    (1920)

When love in to my dreams was creeping
I gave my heart into your keeping
It brought the harvest I am reaping
And I always wonder now

When you have another's arms about you
Do you ever think of me
When you whisper, "I can't live without you"
Do you ever think of me

And when your eyes disguise
The same old loving lies
You tell so tenderly
Deep in your heart unfeeling
When some heart you're stealing
Do you ever think of me

When summer twilight's gently falling
I'd love to know if you're recalling
Your tender words to me enthralling
And my heart is wond'ring still

When you have another's arms about you
Do you ever think of me
When you whisper, "I can't live without you"
Do you ever think of me

And when your eyes disguise
The same old loving lies
You tell so tenderly
Deep in your heart unfeeling
When some heart you're stealing
Do you ever think of me

Lyrics by Harry D. Kerr and John Cooper.
Composed by Earl Burtnett.
Recorded by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra; many others.


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