THREE NICE GIRLS
(A parody on Three Blind Mice)
 
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Three nice girls, three nice girls, three nice girls
See how they run, see how they run, see how they run
They all run after the same young man
When he saw them coming he quickly ran
And jumped in side of a furniture van
Three nice girls, three nice girls, three nice girls
See how they run, see how they run, see how they run
They picked up their skirts and then they ran
And jumped on top of that furniture van
And shouted, 'We'll follow him to Japan.'
Poor young man, poor young man, poor young man
See how he blubbers, see how he blubbers, see how he blubbers
When he heard them coming he heaved a sigh
And started crying, 'Oh dear! oh my!
I'll stop inside here until I die
With three nice girls, three nice girls, three nice girls
Oh! how they've run, Oh! how they've run, Oh! how they've run.'
Amidst the noise, and bustle, and strife
Each girl wanted to be his wife
He'd never had such fun in his life
With three nice girls - All nice girls.
 
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Written, composed and performed by R.A. Roberts (1866-1932)
From monologues.co.uk Music Hall Lyrics Collection
 
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