THAT'S WHAT YOU MEAN TO ME
(George Graff Jr. / George H. Gartlan, 1916)
I know that you love me, you know I love you,
But you wonder, if days to be
Will find us the same, let me answer, dear,
Do you know what you mean to me?
Every rose has it's fragrance,
The skies have the stars,
And the night has the day to be,
The day has the sunshine, but I have you,
And you're all that and more to me.
All that the sunshine means to the rose,
And blossoms mean to the tree,
All that the spring time to the earth,
And rivers mean to the sea.
All that their singing means to the birds,
And honey means to the bee,
All that a girl ever meant to a boy,
That's what you mean to me.