KHARMINE

KHARMINE
KHARMINE
Song
Elmer Olson, Moe Thompson & Dannie O’Neil
Elmer Olson, Moe Thompson & Dannie O’Neil
Harrison Music Co., Inc., Detroit, Mich.
B.N.
The gypsy/Egyptian correlation is implied in the connection with the orient.

Night in a gypsy tent,
Far in the Orient,
He came to say goodbye,
When he left she heard him sigh,

CHORUS:
Kharmine, my gypsy Kharmine,
So oriental Kharmine, I love but you,
And soon I’ll be returning, Kharmine,
When desert stars shine,
I hear you calling tenderly,
I’m so lonely, I want you only,
Kharmine, I know you are mine
so sentimental,
Kharmine, my heart’s aflame,
And dearie, I know I’ll be content,
With you in the orient,
For Kharmine, I’m in love with you.

Though many moons have gone,
Her love still lingers on,
When night comes in the sky,
Once again she hears him sigh,

KHARMINE