A parlour song written by Carrie Jacobs-Bond. Since its publication in 1906 it has been sung at weddings, recorded by numerous artists over many decades, and heard on film and television.
"I Love You Truly" was categorized as a "high-class ballad", a genre of the period applied to serious ballads that were suitable for cultured venues as opposed to vaudeville. It became a standard at wedding ceremonies. It also became a mainstay of barbershop harmony arrangers and singers.
Jacobs-Bond was invited to sing at the White House by three presidents, and each time sang "I Love You Truly".
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