He kissed me,
I knew t’was wrong,
For he was neither kith nor kin.
Must one do penance very long
For such a tiny little sin?
He pressed my hand,
That was not right,
Why will men have such wicked ways?
It was not for a moment quite;
But in it there were days and days.
There’s mischief in the moon, I know,
I’m positive I saw it wink;
When I requested him to go,
I meant it too, I think.
Yet after all,
I’m not to blame,
He took the kiss, he took the kiss.
I do think men
Are born without a sense of shame.
I wonder, I wonder, I wonder when he’ll come again?
Songs, Op. 20
Composer(s): Clara Kathleen RogersFree Download via IMSLP