, A Bride's Wedding-Day Song Lyrics from "The Belle of New York"
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A Bride's Wedding-Day Song Lyrics
by . From The Belle of New York
A Bride's Wedding-Day Song by
We're posing for a picture by Currier and Ives,
And I can't wait till the great day arrives;
For he'll be so attractive and I'll be so in love,
That years from now when I'm "Madame" and ev'rybody calls him "Sir,"
We still can see the boy and girl were were.
For grooms turn into husbands and brides turn into wives;
But there we'll be for the rest of our lives,
So, thank you Mister Currier, and thank you Mister Ives.
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