WHEN THE SUMMER COMES AGAIN
(Three Pots A Shilling)
 
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Oh won't we save some money, Nell
When the summer comes again
Life will be all honey, gal
When the summer comes again
We shall roam around the country
With pretty flowers, sunshine or rain
Straight, we'll buy up Covent Garden
When the summer comes again.

Chorus: When the summer comes again
And the pretty flowers are growing
The sunshine after rain
The summer breezes blowing
Then to roam around the country
With a girl who's ever willing
I can buy and she can cry
Three pots a shilling.


Sweet window flowers then you'll cry, Nell
When the summer comes again
Toffs from us will buy 'em, gal
When the summer comes again
For I know the best of houses
Where lots of profit we can gain
Splendid clothes they'll give for flowers
When the summer comes again.

Chorus:

Oh won't we turn out dashing, Nell
When the summer comes again
Folks will talk about it, gal
When the summer comes again
You shall dress in 'broche' velvet
And me silver watch and chain
Let coves see we knows our book, Nell
When the summer comes again.

Chorus:
 
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Written and composed by Harry Bedford - 1895
Performed by Kate Carney (1868-1950)
 
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