I'VE GOT IT, THAT'S ENOUGH
 
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This morn when I got out of bed, I'd such an awful aching head
I took a look into the glass, saw this eye, and said,
'Oh you ass!' The wife appeared astonished quite
(She hadn't seen me overnight)
Went to kiss me, said, 'Oh my!
Wherever did you get that eye?'

Chorus: 'Never mind where, never mind when
Never mind what or how
It belongs to me, as you can see
And solomnly I vow
That if you want to know too much
You'll find me cut up rough
So never mind when, or why, or where,
I've got it, that's enough!'


A lady once said with a smile, 'Please hold my baby for a while'
I placed my parcel on a seat, nursed the child and called it sweet
Forgot my parcel, so I did, and took away the blessd kid
Thought the missus would go wrong, ' Where did you get that baby from?'

Chorus: 'Never mind where, never mind when
Never mind what or how
It belongs to me, as you can see
And solomnly I vow
That if you want to know too much
You'll find me cut up rough
So never mind when, or why, or where -
I've got it, that's enough!'


I bought a lovely watch and chain of a certain party down the lane
I'm in the know of one or two and get 'em cheap, of course I do
One day while standing at the door a man said, 'I've seen that before
For once that watch belonged to me, where did you get it from? said he

Chorus: 'Never mind where, never mind when
Never mind what or how
It belongs to me, as you can see
And solomnly I vow
That if you want to know too much
You'll find me cut up rough
So never mind when, or why, or where -
I've got it, that's enough!'
 
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Written, composed and performed by Charles Brighton ( 1867-1896) - 1894
 
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