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MARY FROM THE DAIRY
by
Max Miller


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I fell in love with Mary from the dairy
But Mary wouldn't fall in love with me.
Down by an old mill stream
We both sat down to dream
Little did she know that I was thinking up a scheme,

She said, 'Let's pick some buttercups and daisies',
But those buttercups were full of margarine
She slipped and we both
Down by a wishing well
In the same place where I fell for Nellie Dean.

I fell in love with Mary from the Dairy,
But Mary wouldn't fall in love with me;
Down by an old mill stream
We both sat down to dream:
That was when I offered her my strawberries and cream

We walked and talked together in the moonlight,
She asked me what I knew of farmery,
I said, 'Mary, I'm no fool,
You can't milk Barney's Bull.'
That's when Mary from the dairy fell for me.

Little did she know that I was thinking up a scheme,
The wife she says that she is going to leave me,
The moment that she does then I am free,
There's a little girl I know
I'll take her and I'll show,
Where Mary from the Dairy fell for me.

( VARIATION )

'Now on our farm,' said Mary from the dairy,
'We've got the finest cows you've ever seen.
I don't do things by halves -
I'll let you see my calves,
And they're not the same shape calves as Nellie Deans.

 
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