Two sweethearts of mine / words by Frederick Moxon music by W.C. Polla (W.C. Powell)
Polla, William C., 1876-1939. Composer. “Two sweethearts of mine / words by Frederick Moxon music by W.C. Polla (W.C. Powell).” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 12 July 2019, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/36500. Accessed 13 Nov. 2019.
|Title||Two sweethearts of mine / words by Frederick Moxon music by W.C. Polla (W.C. Powell)|
|Subject||Popular music -- 1911-1920|
|Description||For voice and piano;Caption title;On Cover: Words by John G. Gartland;Cover illustration of a mother sitting in a chair and younger woman playing a piano with a young man looking on;Back cover: Excerpt of Dear heart|
|Creator||Polla, William C., 1876-1939. Composer.|
|Publisher||Hartford, Conn. : C. C. Church & Co.|
|Contributor||Moxon, Frederick. Lyricist.|
|Format||1 score (3 pages) 32 cm|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: World's ever singing sweet ballads of love;First line of chorus: I have a couple of sweethearts, both of them loving and true|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: The world's ever singing sweet ballads of love,/Of girls who are fair as the angels above./But thro' all their musie,/two names ever ring/Whose tones to my heart sweetest harmonies bring.CHORUS: I have a couple of sweethearts,/Both of them loving and true,/One I have loved from my childhood,/One with a love that is new./Each of them shares my affection,/True to them both I will be,/One I call mother and you're the other,/The dearest of sweethearts to me.VERSE 02: Dear-heart, I have promised to love you alone,/Of all whom I've met you are truly my own,/Yet stronger and sweeter our love shall entwine,/Because I have loved such a mother as mine.