SING THAT TING-A-LING SONG
 
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On the stage Miss Julia sang a little song called 'Ting-a-ling'
She had lovely diamonds rare, she'd a lovely back all bare
One night some old Johnny in a box quite near
Fixed his eye-glass in and murmured, 'Julie Dear,

Chorus: Sing to me that Ting-a-ling-a-ling-ling song
Sing that haunting melody (I want to hear it)
All the bands are strumming, everybody's humming
I can feel it creeping over me,
(Fiddle up , fiddle up, let her go again)
Oh that tune, I've got it on the brain again
I could listen all day long
Over me comes a-stealing, that peculiar feeling
When I hear that Ting-a-ling-a-ling-ling song.'


Julie caught a millionaire and the wedding bells went ring-a-ding
Parson smiled upon the bride, Fixed his glasses on and sighed,
'Your face seems familiar, puzzles me somehow
Oh yes,' Parson giggled, 'I remember now.

Chorus:

Married life is quite all right, if you wed a nice old thing-a-ling
Who'll provide a cosy flat, lots of love and things like that
I'd like some nice boy who has a coaxing way
Just to kiss my baby brow, and softly say,

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