HERE WE ARE AGAIN
 
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Ten young school chums wondered 'round the town,
Holidays were on and day is done.
One young spark said, 'For a proper spree,
We must find some girls to share the fun.'
Soon they came upon the baker's shop,
With a notice saying, 'Tarts to sell'.
In they scrambled, like a swarm of bees,
Rushing in the shop, began to yell.

Chorus: Here we are again, here we are again.
Hope we haven't missed the fun,
Jolly good luck to everyone.
How are you Mister Jones?
How are you Mary Jane?
Here we are again.


Ten young students out upon the rag,
Met some suffragettes upon the green.
When they shouted, 'We women want some votes.'
Someone shouted, 'Boys is what you mean!'
All the students rushed up in a crowd,
And all the people there began to fear.
When each student claimed a suffragette,
Yelling if it's boys you want, my dear...

Chorus: Here we are again, here we are again.
Hope we haven't missed the fun,
Happy New Year to everyone.
How are you Miss Pankhurst?
How are you Mary Jane?
Here we are again.

 
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Performed by Billy Williams (1877-1915)
From monologues.co.uk Music Hall Lyrics Collection
 
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