COAX ME
 
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A night in June, a lovely moon
Beneath the trees two dusky lovers wooing
He softly sighs, she rolls her eyes,
Soon just like a turtledove he's sweetly cooing
'On those ruby lips I'd like to press a kiss
Just one or two, or perhaps a few
Can't I take you in my arms, a moment's bliss, Lise?
Just because you are the girl I want to wed, but she said

Chorus: 'Coax me, go on coax me
If you love me madly, want me badly
Coax me, go on and coax me
I'll be your tootsie-wootsie
If you'll coax me, but you must coax me'


Once more he sighs, 'I love you, Lise
If I should go just think what you'd be missing'
Then on the breeze, 'neath the trees
Came a noise that sounded just like someone kissing
And a tender voice said, 'Give me just one more, Lise
That one I had, made me so glad
Don't you think you'd better make it three or four, Lise?
And I'll pay them back to you the day we wed'. But she said

Chorus:
 
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Performed by May Moore Duprez (1885-1946)
Performed by Dora Lyric (1879-1962)
 
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