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- 1. I Live In Hopes - Marie Lloyd
Chorus 1: And I says to myself, tho' you may be on the shelf Never mind, Mary Anne! Don't care For there's lots of tunes to play on old fiddles so they say So I live in hope if I dies in despair.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/I-Live-In-Hopes.htm - 10KB - 28 Nov 2012
- 2. Don't Dilly Dally On The Way - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: My old man said follow the van And don't dilly-dally on the way Off went the cart with the home packed in it I walked behind with me old cock linnet But I dillied and I dallied And I dallied and I dillied Lost the van and don't know where to roam I stopped on the way to have the old half quartern And I can't find my way home.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-D/Dont-Dilly-Dally.htm - 12KB - 29 Nov 2012
- 3. Who Paid The Rent For Mrs Rip Van Winkle - Marie Lloyd ~ Ella Retford
Chorus: Who paid the rent for Missus Rip Van Winkle, When Rip Van Winkle went away? And while he slept for twenty years, Who was it kissed away her tears? She had no friends in the place, Had no-one to embrace, But the landlord always saw her, With a smile on her face,
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/Who-Paid-Rent-Rip-Van-Winkle.htm - 11KB - 02 Dec 2012
- 4. The Spanish Señora - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: The Spanish Senora, the swells all adore her And often before her guitars they will strum She trips on her toe a bit, her ankles to show a bit Don't you think she doesn't know a bit Tiddle-um-pom-pom.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/Spanish-Senora.htm - 11KB - 08 Mar 2013
- 5. The French Lady's Maid - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: I am a Frenchy Lady's lady, Parlez Vous Francais? Oui? If you would spoon ze nice young lady, zat vos the game for me Kiss me, so zen you know of me be not afraid If you vant to get on with the lady, you must tip the lady's maid.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-F/French-Ladys-Maid.htm - 11KB - 10 Mar 2013
- 6. The Barmaid - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: The barmaid, the barmaid, the idol of the 'Rose and Crown' Since she's been there with chat and cheek She's raised the trade by a hundred a week The saucy swells, the horsy swells, were never known to drink so For she's so gay the men all say Awfully jolly girl don't you think so.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Barmaid-The.htm - 12KB - 10 Mar 2013
- 7. Vat Ze English Call Ze - Vat Ze Name? - Marie Lloyd
I've lately formed acquaintance with a chappie from Paree, But oh! he's so impulsive and mercurial; His funny little sayings sometimes bring a blush to me, And I don't pose as modest little Muriel. It's when he's hard up for a word, His meanings doubtful and absurd; Last night he told me an ancient tale, I never laughed, cried he, ''Tvas stale,
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-V/Vat-Ze-English-Call-Ze.htm - 12KB - 12 May 2013
- 8. The Boy In The Gallery - Nellie Power ~ Marie Lloyd
I'm a young girl and have just come over, Over from the country where they do things big, And amongst the boys I've got a lover, And since I've got a lover why I don't care a fig. Chorus: The boy I love is up in the gallery, The boy I love is looking down at me. There he is, can't you see, waving of his handkerchief, As happy as the Robin that sits in the tree.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Boy-In-The-Gallery.htm - 11KB - 16 Nov 2012
- 9. One Of The Ruins That Cromwell Knocked About - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: It's one of the ruins that Cromwell knocked about a bit One that Oliver Cromwell knocked about a bit In the gay old days there used to be some doings No wonder that the poor old Abbey went to ruins Those who've studied history sing and shout of it And you can bet your life that isn't a doubt of it Outside the Oliver Cromwell last Saturday night I was one of the ruins...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-O/One-Of-The-Ruins.htm - 12KB - 26 Oct 2012
- 10. The Twiddly Wink - Marie Lloyd
I wonder why. I wonder why. Now is it the wink - the twiddly wink - The wink of her old glad eye? What does it mean? Don't know. Do you? Still it's wonderful what a wonderful lot The twiddly wink will do!
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Twiddly-Wink.htm - 11KB - 28 Nov 2012
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