Sweetheart shop. Didn't you?
Felix, Hugo, 1866-1934. “Sweetheart shop. Didn't you?.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 28 Sep. 2018, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/33998. Accessed 13 Nov. 2019.
|Title||Sweetheart shop. Didn't you?|
|Didn't you? : duet / words by Anne Caldwell music by Hugo Felix|
|Subject||Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano|
|Popular music -- 1911-1920|
|Description||Duet from the musical comedy: The sweetheart shop|
|For voice and piano|
|Back cover: Excerpt of Old fashioned garden on cop.1 excerpt of Swanee on cop.2|
|Creator||Felix, Hugo, 1866-1934|
|Publisher||New York : T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter|
|Contributor||Caldwell, Anne. Lyricist.|
|Format||1 vocal score (7 pages) 32 cm|
|6011 T.B. Harms|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: In that little cafe where candle lights were rosy|
|First line of refrain: You said you'd always love me the same|
|Sweetheart shop (Musical)|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: In that little cafe where candle lights were rosy/You drank with me/A cup of tea: By little pink ray I saw a pretty posy,/That bloomed in grace your charming face/It must have been a bit stronger than the usual cup of tea,/I can’t remember all I said/I’ll refresh your memory:VERSE 02: Little maid brewed out tea and went to fetch it/We were alone/You’d bolder grown:/When your little hand stole away/I tried to catch it,/A pressure slight said: “all is right”/You leaned a little bit closer as I looked in to your eyes/Then straight away that little cafe turned into a paradise:CHORUS: You said you’d always love me the same,/Didn’t you?/You said you’d like to give me your name,/Didn’t you?/You kissed me,/Didn’t you?/You’ve missed me,/Haven’t you?/You should have been true dear,/Shouldn’t you?/Couldn’t you?/Tell me why, wouldn’t you?/You found you care a lot for me yet,/Didn’t you?/You found you thought of me with regret,/Didn’t you?/You kissed me,/Didn’t you?/You’ve missed me,/Haven’t you? Say: forgive, dear, and forget.