Collected by Parler Mrs. Donna Everett
Huntsville, Ark. August 11, 1958
Reel 307, Item 10
You, You, You
In a cool shady nook by the side of a brook Two sweet maidens were fishing one day;
They talked as they fished, and the younger girl wished For a sweetheart she never had known.
The oldest girl said with a toss of her head,
She said, "Dear, you've no cause to feel blue.
Your love is not met; he'll come to you yet;
There's somebody waiting for you."
Someone, somewrere, is waiting for you, you, you, Someone, somewhere, is longing, whose heart is true, Sometime you'll find someone who loves you true, Someone, somewhere, is waiting for you, you, you.
A youth passing by heard the maiden's reply,
And he joined in the chatter of fun.
He said, "It is true; someone's waiting for you,
And I hope you'll say I'm the one."
She thought for a while, then she said with a smile,
"I'm not sure, but maybe it's true.
But if you are wrong, you'll not tarry long,
For there's somebody waiting for you.'
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