THE BARMAID’S SONG
 
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Time gentlemen please
There's a certain house, of course, half way up our street
Every time you're passing by, Lordie, it's a treat
When the old piano starts, everybody knows
There's one song to reach their hearts, and this is how it goes.

Chorus: Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Time gentlemen please
I can sing the barmaid's song
You can sing the barmaid's song
He can sing the barmaid's song
Time Gentlemen please
Every evening singing this refrain
Every night at ten o' clock singing it again.
Oh! Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Lets all sing the barmaid's song
Time gentlemen please


Friday night's a Gala night, everybody comes
Johnston brings his violin, Jones his set of drums
They keep singing loud and long, while they're on their feet
You can hear the little song ringing down the street.

Chorus:

 
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Performed by Florrie Forde (1876-1940)
 
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