IS YER MAMMIE ALWAYS WITH YE?
 
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Dere's tings I wants to tole yer, can ye hear me susie Ann?
Am waiting for to find ye, all by yer lonesome,
Yer mammie's mighty selfish, can't you steal one hour for me,
Till I tells yer what is on ma mind 'bout you?
For dere's bound to be trouble if yer mammie knew
Till ye tells her yerself, Su!

Chorus: Oh! is yer mammie always with ye Susie, Susie Ann?
Won't ye come away to hear what a wants for to tole yer?
Won't you try to slip de lady, surely Sue ye can?
Is yer mammie always with ye,
Is she with ye now ma Susie Ann?

I wants yer to come with me when de circus comes along,
That's if yer mammie lets yer come by yer lonesome,
Tomorrer night's fer childern so that mammies can stay home,
If ye saw de pictures ob de big giraffe,
And de rhinercerous and de baboons laugh,
Wal ye'd cry till ye went, Su!

Chorus: Oh! is yer mammie always with ye Susie, Susie Ann?
Won't ye come away to hear what a wants for to tole yer?
Won't you try to slip de lady, surely Sue ye can?
Is yer mammie always with ye,
Is she with ye now ma Susie Ann?

 
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Written and composed by Leslie Stuart - 1896
Performed by Eugene Stratton (1861-1918)
From monologues.co.uk Music Hall Lyrics Collection
 
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