I LIKE YOU AND YOU LIKE ME
 
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Everyone now here is a pal of mine,
I have no thought for anything but fun;
Congratulate me boys, when once you know my joys,
Today, today I'm twenty-one.
Fortune has smiled her happiest smile on me
I've oof enough for life to set me right;
Then let me ask you all, to throw care to the wall,
And share my luck and merry thoughts, tonight.

Chorus: For I Like You and you like me,
Join me in a spree and let's be gay;
And we'll set the town a-ringing, every jolly chorus singing
With a hippity, hippity hip-hoo-ray!

2.

Every hour tonight shall in mirth be spent,
If you will join me in a rattling spree;
Then toddling round we'll go and let the fogeys know,
That amongst us there's some £.s.d.
If you are oofless, let that make no odds,
I'll share what I've got amongst you all;
I want each one to join and help me spend the coin,
For I'll be banker if you make the call.

Chorus:

Every coin I've brought we'll turn to wine,
And every girl we know we'll fondly toast;
And everysong we sing, some extra fun we'll bring,
And prove that we're a merry host.
Every policeman too shall have a tip,
To change his surly frown into a smile;
We'll sample every wine, our voices shall combine,
And every song be heard for half a mile.

Chorus:

 
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Written and composed by Thomas Le Brunn & George Le Brunn
Performed by Marie Lloyd (1870-1922)
Performed by Daisy Wood (1877-1961)
From monologues.co.uk Music Hall Lyrics Collection
 
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