DON'T FORGET TO CALL ME IN THE MORNING
 
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An old, old man owed an awful lot of rent
That old, old chap hadn't got a blessed cent
So he went home one night, you see
And he said very quietly to his landlady
'Missis Murphy, I've got something on my mind
And I hardly like to tell you straight
I must get up in the morning
And I wants to give you warning
For I mustn't, no, mustn't be late.'

Chorus: 'Don't forget to call me in the morning early
Call me in the morning, do
Don't forget to call me in the morning early
I've a big suprise for you
I'm going to do a bunk, and take my old tin trunk
So call me in the morning early, Missis, do'


His landlady couldn't make her lodger out
And asked him what all the hurry was about
She said, 'I hear what you say,
But before you go, sir, you will have to pay.'
'Take no notice, Mrs Mrphy, hold your row
Just you wake me early in the morn
A lot of rent I'm owing, that's the reason why I'm going
But I don't want you to know till I've gone.'

Chorus: 'Don't forget to call me in the morning early
Call me in the morning, do
Don't forget to call me in the morning early
I've a big suprise for you
I'm going to do a bunk, and take my old tin trunk
So call me in the morning early, Missis, do'
 
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Written and composed by Paul Pelham & Herbert Rule - 1908
Performed by Kate Carney (1868-1950)
 
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