IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE YOU'D LIKE?
 
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Some men want to be borrowing everything they see
One day I met a fellow who borrowed a quid from me
He said, 'While you're about it, Billy, you may as well make it two.'
I said, 'certainly - make it a couple - I'd do anything for you,'

Chorus: 'Is there anything else you'd like?
Is there anything else you'd like?
P'raps you fancy my diamond pin?
My watch and chain and my signet ring?
Here, have a nice cigar, allow me the match to strike
And don't you trouble, I'll light it for you
Is there anything else you'd like?'


Last night I was aroused by a burglar in my room
I saw he was purloining my jewellery in the gloom
He was bunging my valuables and my cash-box into his bag
I said, 'Mister! just half a minute before you remove the swag,'

Chorus: 'Is there anything else you'd like?
Is there anything else you'd like?
Wait a minute till I get dressed
You come with me and we'll find the rest
Here, take this grand piano, and, here's my safety bike
And here's a barrow to wheel 'em home
Is there anything else you'd like?'


One night, just about seven, a fellow came round to me
He said, 'I've got a couple of seats for the Theatre free
I don't know any ladies, Bill, do you mind if I take your wife?'
I said, 'Certainly, Charlie, my boy, you can take my old pain and strife.'

Chorus: 'Is there anything else you'd like?
Is there anything else you'd like?
Wait, I'll lend you my evening clothes
And here's a tanner to buy a rose
Take my best overcoat, the cold is sure to strike
And here's a dollar to pay the cab
Is there anything else you'd like?'


I once had a good billet to wait at a restaurant
One cove, a regular customer, used to eat all day long
First he'd swallow a fowl or two, then a dozen good rounds of meat
I have said to him many a time when he couldn't get off the seat,'

Chorus: 'Is there anything else you'd like?
Is there anything else you'd like?
Veal and ham, or a steak or chop
Or game, a little bit off the top?
All sorts of kinds of fish - from a whiting to a pike
Before you have any dinner, old man
Is there anything else you'd like?
 
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Written and composed by Frank Leo - 1899
Performed by Wilkie Bard (1874-1944)
 
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