(Song of the year, 1841)
Oh the lovers come a thousand miles, They leave their home and mother; Yet when they reach Niagara Falls They only see each other. See Niagara's waters rolling, See the misty spray; See the happy lovers strolling, It's everybody's wedding day. To see the Falls they took a ride On the steamship "Maid O' the Mist"; She forgot the Falls she was so busy Being hugged and kissed. See the mighty river rushing 'Tween its rocky walls; See the happy lovers strolling By our Niagara Falls. He said, "Is oo my darling?" He said, "Whose darling is oo?" He said, "Is oo my baby?" And she always answered, "Goo-goo-goo."
Source: Dwight Whalen. Lover’s Guide to Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Press, 1990.