Comfy, My Dear, With You
By: Hannah Kingston Marr

Written by: Hannah Kingston Marr

 
Lyrics:
Comfy, My Dear, With You [Version (a)]:

Some long for riches and splendor
Some for a friend staunch and true
Some for a babe sweet and tender
Dear one, I want only you

All I want is to be comfy
In a dear old fashioned home
And I want a little mumsy
Just a girl to call my own
Just a bright love gleaming fireside
With a comfy nook for two
Someone waiting with her arms wide
I'd be comfy, my dear, with you

Some spend their days amidst pleasure
Some find content just alone
Other seek only for treasure
Heaven means to me, you and home

All I want is to be comfy
In a dear old fashioned home
And I want a little mumsy
Just a girl to call my own
Just a bright love gleaming fireside
With a comfy nook for two
Someone waiting with her arms wide
I'd be comfy, my dear, with you
 
The Song:

This is a song from the Male Quartette Collection, the greatest book ever compiled.

Most of the song titles on the back of Saint Dude are references to older sheet music/songs. This one is a song from 1922, a vaguely romantic ode to being 'comfy'.