I'M BEGINNING TO LIKE THE JOB
 
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Now, I'm employed in a big swell house in a smart localitee
It's just the job for me, it suits me to a tee
The master's what I call a 'toff', he very seldom 'jibs'
The missus, I begin to think, is 'stuck' upon 'my nibs'
I only commenced today, yet I fancy I shall stay.

Chorus: I'm beginning to like the job, beginning to like the job
They make such a terrible fuss of me
I'm treated like one of the familee
There's two daughters - they're great, so help me bob
They kiss and cuddle me all the day
I'm beginning to like the job.


The cook's a giddy young sort of puss, and when there is no one near
She calls me Charlie dear and acts so very queer
She stuffs me up with pies, and though her weight is forty stone
She always sits upon my knee whenever we're alone
It's getting a serious case for she calls me 'Pansy face'.

Chorus: I'm beginning to like the job, beginning to like the job
When we're having dinner she tries to charm
She steals all my pudding and slaps my arm
If I object, then the poor girl starts to sob
Her purse she gives me to mind for her
I'm beginning to like the job.


The missus asked me this afternoon if with her I'd like to act
I used a little tact, I had to, that's a fact
You see , the lady's stage-struck, it's a very bad complaint
She put her husband's trousers on and smudged her face with paint
She says she will be Carkeek, and says I'm the 'Terrible Greek'.

Chorus: I'm beginning to like the job, beginning to like the job
She says, 'If I put the 'half-Nelson' on
D'yer think you can stay the ten minutes, John?'
She's in training - she is, so help me bob!
I've got to wrestle with her tonight
I'm beginning to like the job.
 
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Performed by Little Ganty
 
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