For Me And My Gal lyrics

The bells are ringin', for me an' my gal,
The birds are singin' for me an' my gal,
Everybody's been knowin', to a weddin' they're goin'
An' for weeks they've been sewin' every Susie and Sal' . . .

They're congregatin' ( ding, dong, ding, dong, )
For me an' my gal ( ding, dong, ding, dong, )
The Parson's waitin' ( ding, dong, ding, dong, )
For me and my gal ( ding, dong, ding, dong, )
An' someday I'm gonna build a little home for two,
Or three or four, or more,
In Loveland, for me an' my gal . . .

See the relatives there, lookin' over the pair,
They can tell at a glance, it's a loving romance,
It's a wonderful sight, as the families unite,
See it makes the boy proud, as he says to the crowd . . .

The bells are ringin', for me an' my gal,
The birds are singin' for me an' my gal,
Everyone's been knowin' ( all our friends and our relations! )
To a weddin' they're goin' ( will be at the railroad station! )
An' for weeks they've been sewin' ( or, they'll send congratulations! )
Every Susie and Sal' ( . . . for me an' my gal! )

They're congregatin' for me an' my gal,
The Parson's waitin' for me and my gal,
An' someday I'm gonna build a little home for two,
( Or three or four, ) or more, ( or more! )
In Loveland! ( Loveland! )
In Loveland! ( Loveland! )
In Loveland, for me an' my gal!

Music by George W. Meyer, lyrics by Edgar Leslie
and E. Ray Goetz, published 1917

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