In 1930 it was reborn as "Confessin'," with new lyrics by Al Neiburg, and with the music this time credited to Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds. The title is often credited "I'm Confessin'" or "Confessin' that I Love You."
How I long to tell you that I love you. Love finds the way So poets say Every Dream I dream is only of you Come cuddle near, And listen, dear...
I'm confessin' that I love you Tell me, do you love me too? I'm confessin' that I need you, Honest I do, need you every moment
In your eyes I read such strange things, But your lips deny they're true Will your answer really change things? Makin' me blue?
I'm afraid someday you'll leave me Say, can't we still be friends? When you go, you know, you'll grieve me All in life on you depends
Am I guessin' that you love me? Dreamin' dreams of you in vain I'm confessin' that I love you Over again