September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her)

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A sheet music pamphlet containing music and lyrics for a song entitled "September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her)," Words by Stanley Murphy, and music by H. I. Marshal.

September Morn

(I'd Like to Meet Her)

A youth upon the avenue
Was Feeling blue and lonesome, too!
He didn't have a thing to do.
When suddenyl he noticed there,
An awful crowd who stop'd to stare
Up at a posing maiden fair;
The vision sent his poor brain in a whirl,
And so he sang while searching for the girl.

CHORUS:
I want that girl they call September Morn;
I'd like to meet her. I'd like to meet her!
Dress'd up like the day that she was born.
There's no one sweeter! There's no one sweeter!
Nothing 'round her but a cloud of mist,
She's a vision that I can't resist.
In my heart she's posing night and day,
I can't forget her, I can't forget her!
I want that girl they call September Morn;
I'd like to meet her. I'd like to meet her.
If you find her won't you please remind her
that I'm oh so lonely, lonely. Oh, so lonely!
And I'm waiting for her only.
For that girl they call September Morn.
The youth was wise as  he could be
And said, "Now plainly I can see
September Morn's the girl for me.
She's economic, Goodness knows,
She never has to pay for clothes,
She doesn't even wear a rose;
Old Mother Nature dress'd her up just right.
So listen to me sing with all my might.

CHORUS

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Title

September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her)

Subject

September Morn

Description

A sheet music pamphlet containing music and lyrics for a song entitled "September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her)," Words by Stanley Murphy, and music by H. I. Marshal.

Creator

Stanley Murphy
H. I. Marshall

Publisher

Jerome H. Remick & Co.
New York, Detroit

Date

1913

Rights

Public Domain

Format

6 pages, 14.25 by 11 inches

Language

en

Contribution Form

Online Submission

No

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Text

September Morn

(I'd Like to Meet Her)

A youth upon the avenue
Was Feeling blue and lonesome, too!
He didn't have a thing to do.
When suddenyl he noticed there,
An awful crowd who stop'd to stare
Up at a posing maiden fair;
The vision sent his poor brain in a whirl,
And so he sang while searching for the girl.

CHORUS:
I want that girl they call September Morn;
I'd like to meet her. I'd like to meet her!
Dress'd up like the day that she was born.
There's no one sweeter! There's no one sweeter!
Nothing 'round her but a cloud of mist,
She's a vision that I can't resist.
In my heart she's posing night and day,
I can't forget her, I can't forget her!
I want that girl they call September Morn;
I'd like to meet her. I'd like to meet her.
If you find her won't you please remind her
that I'm oh so lonely, lonely. Oh, so lonely!
And I'm waiting for her only.
For that girl they call September Morn.
The youth was wise as  he could be
And said, "Now plainly I can see
September Morn's the girl for me.
She's economic, Goodness knows,
She never has to pay for clothes,
She doesn't even wear a rose;
Old Mother Nature dress'd her up just right.
So listen to me sing with all my might.

CHORUS

Original Format

Sheet Music Book.

Citation

Stanley Murphy, "September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her)," in September Morn Archive, Item #30, http://septembermorn.org/items/show/30 (accessed August 20, 2018).