The Fairy Gardeners
Words and Music by Cuthbert Harris
Publicshed MCMXXV by The Artur P. Schmidt Co.

[Through composed]
When winter time is passing,
Look out before the dawn,
Across the moonlit valley,
And o'er the misty lawn.

A lot of tiny people,
So busy you will see,
And then you'll say
"I wonder Whoever can they be?

Oh! the little fairy gard'ners,
the busy fairy gard'ners,
They plant and sow and dig
and hoe when dews of April fall,

The flowers rise and greet them,
The Spring awakes to meet them,
Oh! little fairy gard'ners,
how we love you all.

When winter snows have melted,
And dreary days are done,
Oh! greet the thousand blossoms,
That glisten in the sun!

Within your heart be hiding,
This beauty fair and new;
The happy fairy gard'ners
Have fashioned it for you!

Oh! the little fairy gard'ners,
the busy fairy gard'ners,
They plant and sow and dig
and hoe, when dews of April fall,

The flowers rise and greet them,
The Spring awakes to meet them,
Oh! little fairy gard'ners
how we love you all.