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41. It Didn't Come Off After All - Marie Lloyd
Gertie dear's a pretty barmaid, who's as tricky as they are made Serving in a luncheon bar, not far from here And a regular howling 'swellah' little love-vows used to tell her As he whispered in her confidential ear He said, 'When's your night out ducky? Eh, tomorrow? oh, that's lucky, Shall I came and meet you, eh, my little pet? If you'll only say the word, love...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/It-Didnt-Come-Off-After-All.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
42. I Like You And You Like Me - Marie Lloyd ~ Daisy Wood
Everyone now here is a pal of mine, I have no thought for anything but fun; Congratulate me boys, when once you know my joys, Today, today I'm twenty-one. Fortune has smiled her happiest smile on me I've oof enough for life to set me right; Then let me ask you all, to throw care to the wall, And share my luck and merry thoughts, tonight.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/I-Like-You-And-You-Like-Me.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
43. It's A Jolly Fine Game Played Slow - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: It's a jolly fine game, a jolly fine game Such a pretty little game you know They can kiss and spoon for hours Mid the breezes and the showers That's a jolly fine game played slow.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/Its-A%20Jolly-Fine-Game.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
44. The Three Ages Of Woman - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Green, so green, is the maiden of seventeen She longs for the life of an amorous wife And of probable squabbles she won't think For the man is the King of her Palace of Dreams Who feeds her on cuddles and chocolate creams Fancy! chocolate creams in a palace of dreams I don't think.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Three-Ages-Of-Woman.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
45. She Doesn't Know That I Know What I Know - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: She doesn't know that I know what I know If she did, it might surprise her For of course my ears and eyes are always open But I think it's only right to take in all you can And keep your mouth tight shut. She doesn't.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/She-Doesnt-Know-That-I-Know.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
46. 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 - 15 Sep 2013
47. Not For Bill - Marie Lloyd
Poor little Billy Brown, who lived in Camden Town Had taken to himself a charming wife He spoonily behaved, and foolishly he raved About the joys of happy married life When he to work returned, impatiently he yearned The first day for the closing day to come He conjured up the smiles, the kisses and the wiles His wife would greet him with when he got home.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-N/Not-For-Bill.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
48. Naughty! Naughty! Naughty! - Marie Lloyd
The wind blew quite stiff as just under the cliff Sat a bevy of girls young and pleasant Discussed this and that, well the usual chat All girls have when there's no fellow present They compared lockets and rings and the other nice things For which ev'ry man's happy to part And the dear little elves were enjoying themselves As they thought of each absent sweetheart.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-N/Naughty-Naughty-Naughty.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
49. Salute My Bicycle! - Marie Lloyd
You see I wear The Rat'nal Dress, Well how do you like me? eh, boys? It fits me nicely, more or less, A little tasy! eh. boys? When on my 'bike' I make a stir, Girls cry, 'My word!' Men cry, 'Oo-er!' And in this garb they scarce can tell, Whether I'm a boy or 'gell'.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-S/Salute-My-Bicycle.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
50. That Accounts For It - Marie Lloyd
Mrs A and Mrs B were discussing over tea The usual servant question, in a casual sort of way Mrs B in tones so sad, said, 'My servants drive me mad I can't find one that's suitable, now tell me Mrs A How is it you can always keep your servants? We can't get one to stay with us a week I give them decent food and decent wages And try to make them happy, so to speak...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/That-Accounts-For-It.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013

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