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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: - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
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: - 12KB - 29 Nov 2012
3. The Geisha - Marie Lloyd
I used to be just a month ago, a girl at an A.B.C. depot Where you pay a penny for a cup of tea And flirt with the girl who serves you - free But I heard of Japan and the frolics played By the girls out there in the tea-house trade So I packed my traps and on board ship To the land of the Japs took a third class trip Had a lovely time at sea, you know You know, below, with the...
URL: - 11KB - 03 Aug 2013
4. Poor Thing - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Oh poor Sally, dear old Sal Poor dear creature, Oh poor Sal She went and found a wooer And she took a husband to her Poor thing, poor thing.
URL: - 11KB - 12 Jun 2014
5. That's How The Little Girl Got On - Marie Lloyd
A clever young lady, a charming Miss Sadie Her way to town one morning she was taking But she didn' try for the paths that were high, for She started in a humble way, dress making The firm that engaged her Just like a bird they chained her All day the little darling was on show Her employers beamed upon her...
URL: - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
6. When I Take My Morning Promenade - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: As I take my morning promenade Quite a fashion card, on the promenade Now I don't mind nice boys staring hard If it satisfies their desire Do you think that my dress is a little bit Just a little bit - not too much of it? If it shows my shape just a little bit That's the little bit the boys admire.
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7. What, What - Marie Lloyd
I never hold a candle for folks who seem to think It's clever talking scandal I merely nod and wink Now there's Mr Brown, our neighbour, who's just engaged I hear To help him in his city work a typist - such a dear. (So sweet and neat. And she keeps on typing the whole of the day)
URL: - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
8. Put On Your Slippers - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Put on your slippers, you're here for the night Stir up the fire but turn down the light Don't let me spoil your yummy yums Call me when the milkman comes Put on your slippers, you're here for the night.'
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9. William 'Enry Sarnders - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: 'William 'Enry Sarnders, see this 'and of mine Don't you thinka ring upon that finger would look fine? You're too mean to buy one, I can tell that by your look Well then, - William 'Enry Sarnders, You can take your bloomin' hook.
URL: - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
10. Oh! Mister What's-Er-Name - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Oh! Mister What's-er-Name, don't let me ask in vain Oh! Mister What's-er-Name, don't get out of the train Look at all the people they fill me with alarm You can let go of my bundle, but don't let go of my arm.
URL: - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013

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