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IS THERE STILL ROOM FOR ME 'NEATH THE OLD APPLE TREE (Maurice Abrahams / Lew Brown / Edgar Leslie) Henry Burr & Albert Campbell - 1915 Hello there long distance, please don't make me wait in vain I asked you to connect me with a homestead down in Maine I hate to hold the wire, don't get mad if I complain I long to hear my sweetheart's voice again Oh, hello dear, yes, this is me, I'm many miles away I'm lonesome and I just called up to say Is there still room for me 'Neath the old apple tree Where there once was a bench for two Oh, that bench wasn't long And you know it wasn't strong When I sat there with you I've got fare back to Maine And I'll jump on a train If your heart beats as fond and as true Is there still room for me 'Neath the old apple tree If there is I'll come back to you Listen operator, what's the matter with this phone It seems to me you never had a sweetheart of your own You say there's wire trouble and you've got the numbers mixed Well, hurry up and get the wires fixed Is that you dear? Yes I can hear, they cut us off somehow I'm waiting and I want your asnwer now Is there still room for me 'Neath the old apple tree Where there once was a bench for two Oh, that bench wasn't long And you know it wasn't strong When I sat there with you I've got fare back to Maine And I'll jump on a train If your heart beats as fond and as true Is there still room for me 'Neath the old apple tree If there is I'll come back to you

    


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