In the land of Pyramids there lived a Prince so fair,
Loved a sweet Egyptian maid,
As the dusk would slowly fall and night would answer nature's call,
The Sphinx could see them, could screen them.
Each upon a camel would exchange their vows of love;
With the blue sky up above.
As he softly murmured,"Dear, I love you"
You could hear her answer too--
Egyptian Prince of Pyramid Land,
Oh, won't you hearken to my plea?
For I swear by all the stars way up above you,
True to you I'll always be.
With you I'd go in a caravan,
Across the great desert of sand,
I want you only, for you I'm lonely,
My Prince of Pyramid Land.
In the land of Pyramids this story so I'm told,
Happened many years ago,
For this sweet Egyptian Miss was captured by a lover's kiss,
With Cupid glancing, entrancing.
Soon this Prince so charming gave her chance to prove her love:
For he was to go away,
In a caravan o'er desert sands,
But you could hear her softly say--