I HAVEN'T QUITE MADE UP MY MIND
 
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I'm a queer looking fellow to put on the stage
For a soft 'un I often am took
You never see me in a temper or rage
And I'm not such a fool as I look
If I'm asked to do business I don't care about
I never refuse, no, not I
From an answer direct, I can easily get out
And give an evasive reply.

For example someone wants to borrow money, so I say....

Chorus: I haven't quite made up my mind
I hope you won't think me unkind
Refuse you I don't, but just now I won't
For I haven't quite made up my mind.


At Billiards last night I a game went to play
At a house in the West End of Town
A stranger said, 'Sir, I suppose that I may
Just ask you play for a crown.'
We played and I won, unusual for me
'Twas a sprat for a mackerel I know
He said, 'You play well, now just for a spree
For a sovereign this time we will go.'

And I said.....

Chorus:

I'm single you know, in apartments I live
And my Landlady, sweet Mrs Grimes
She's a widow again, and when I say again
I mean she's been married three times
Her first husband died in a very strange way
Why the second died none could explain
Number three snuffed it just eight weeks today
Now she's ready to marry again.

The first one died of an overdose of Mother-in-law, the second of rat poison, the third died of a complaint called Beastly Married which means Strong jaw, weak tea and no shirt buttons. She was after me so I said.....


Chorus: I haven't quite made up my mind
I hope you won't think me unkind
Refuse you I don't, but just now I won't
For I haven't quite made up my mind.
 
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Performed by James Fawn (1850-1923)
 
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