LET'S HAVE ANOTHER ONE TOGETHER
 
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Jones said to the wife: 'I'm going out tonight.
Don't you worry for I'll be in at ten all right.'
Jones he met a pal, a pal he used to know.
They had another and then another
And thoughts of years ago.
The hands were moving round the clock
But Jones he didn't care.
Said he: 'Come on, my lad,
As dear old pals are always rare.

Chorus: Let's have another one together,
One more for old times' sake.
It's many, many years since I met you.
I met you. We were good pals too.
Can't you hear the bell a-calling time please?
That's a little thing to give us warning.
So let's have another one for old times' sake,
For we can't get another till the morning.

Jones said to his pal: 'It's years since we both met.
And altogether the times we had I can't forget.
High nights in the West, and we enjoyed them too.
In any weather we stuck together as pals can only do.
And if for you it's sunshine now, or if for you it's rain,
It does me good to meet a dear old pal of mine again.

Chorus: So let's have another one together,
One more for old times' sake.
It's many, many years since I met you.
I met you. We were good pals too.
Can't you hear the bell a-calling time please?
That's a little thing to give us warning.
So let's have another one for old times' sake,
For we can't get another till the morning.

 
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Written and composed by Billy Williams & Fred Godfrey - 1913
Performed by Billy Williams (1877-1915)
From monologues.co.uk Music Hall Lyrics Collection
 
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