Coll. by M.C. Parler Mrs. Hattie Wynne Williams
Beech Grove, Ark.
January 30, 1960
Reel 334, Item 9
I Entered a Station One Evening
I entered a station one evening and boarded a midnight train, Behind me sit two pretty childring, quarreling about something, Just over the aisle sit a lady, was a grandmother old and gray, She took both of the children beside her and softly I heard her say:
Let bygones be bygones forever, forget and forgive each wrong, Through sunshine and shadow, my darling, we'll sing life's sad sweet song,
Remember that each act of kindness come straight from the heart they say,
Let bygones be bygones forever, let bygones be bygones for aye.
Just then down the aisle walked a stranger, he paused when he saw her face There sit the mother before him whom he had brought disgrace,
He gave but one cry for a moment and gave but a cry for joy,
Let bygones be bygones forever, and she fell in the arms of her boy.
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