OUR MARY ANN
 
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You never saw a servant girl like our Mary Ann
There never was a servant girl like our Mary Ann
At first she was so mild and meek
So ladylike she used to speak
But now no one can stand the cheek of our Mary Ann.

Chorus: And she wears a cap about that size
She's very fond of apple pies
She's always asking for a rise
And smokes just like a man
To make us wretched she does strive
An oyster supper she'd survive
The funniest girl alive! alive! is our Mary Ann.


She drops her H's everywhere, does our Mary Ann
And curls and frizzles up her hair, does our Mary Ann
She with our gin and rum makes free
And plays such antics with our tea
And often goes out on the spree, does our Mary Ann.

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She breaks our crock'ry left and right, does our Mary Ann
And stays out very late at night, does our Mary Ann
She's always merry as a grig
She goes out dancing in full rig
And I sometimes think I'd like to jig, with our Mary Ann.

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She tells me she has ne'er been wed, does our Mary Ann
And sometimes pats me on the head, does our Mary Ann
She says that as no wife I've got
I might just marry her as not
Oh there never was such a Fiery lot, as our Mary Ann.

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Performed by Charles Godfrey (1851-1900)
 
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