ALL DAY AND MARTIN
 
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I am a poor boot-black
I'm well known throughout the town
I'm blacking boots all day
Except when the boots are brown
Mine is an humble lot I know
But do not despise me because
I haven't always been what I am
I used to be what I was.

Chorus: All day, all day
That's what it is, it's all day
Brush, brush, rush, rush
I get more 'on the rush' than I do with the brush
But it's all day, all day
Six in the morn I am starting
Then it's all day, all day
It's all day and martin.


I am a poor boot-black
I don't spend me oof in beer
Drink has no charm for me
I've always a skin-full here
Men's boots are very quickly cleaned
As any boot-black present knows
Girls high-leggedtake longer to do
I puts lots of work in those.

Chorus: All day, all day
That's what it is, it's all day
Brush, brush, rush, rush
I get more 'on the rush' than I do with the brush
But it's all day, all day
Six in the morn I am starting
Then it's all day, all day
It's all day and martin.
 
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Written and composed by Frank Leo
Recorded 1910 by Wilkie Bard (1874-1944)
 
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