TIZAN

TIZAN
TIZAN
THE MAID OF HINDOSTAN
Song
Leo Friedman
George Lieb, Jr.
Madge Lessing
M. Witmark & Sons
Wang
“Sung with great success by Miss Madge Lessing in the great revival of “Wang” with the DeWolf Hopper Opera Company.” Photo of Madge Lessing on cover.

Far away, ‘neath eastern skies,
Shine two eyes, starry eyes!
They belong to one I prize,
Little maid Tizan.
When the moon comes out at night,
Shining bright, with delight,
Then in dreams my heart takes flight,
Far off to Hindostan.

CHORUS:
Tizan, my maid of Hindostan,
Sunbeam of eastern skies!
I mean to steal you, if I can,
Dark-eyed maid of Hindostan.

To a little bungalow
That I know, there we’ll go,
Hearts and eyes with love aglow,
I and my Tizan.
What care we tho’ tigers roar
At our door evermore,
We’ll love as none loved before,
In sunny Hindostan.

India
TIZAN