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51. 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 - 15 Sep 2013
52. I've Never Lost My Last Train, Yet - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Yes, there's nothing half so sweet As the days on which we meet For he's quite the nicest boy I've ever met But although I love a lark In the day and in the dark I have never lost my last train yet, Oh no I have never lost my last train yet.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/Ive-Never-Lost-Last-Train.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
53. Then You Wink The Other Eye - Marie Lloyd
Say, boys, what do you really mean When you wink the o0ther eye? Why, when you tell us where you've been Do you wink the other eye? You tell your wives such stories You can give them just a few, 'Just met an old aquaintance' or 'The train was overdue.' And when the simple wife believes That every word is true, Then you wink the other eye.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/Wink-The-Other-Eye.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
54. 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 - 15 Sep 2013
55. Tiddley-Om-Pom - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Tiddley-om pom! Tiddley-om pom! Tidley-om-pom-pom-pom-pay Oh the folks they do go on so In the Land of King Alfonso They're somewhat Of a rum lot Well, the best thing I can say It's pom-tiddley-om-pom-pom-pom-pom Tidley-om-pom-pom-pom-pay.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Tiddley-Om-Pom.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
56. Twiggy Voo - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Twiggy voo, my boys, twiggy voo, Well of course it stands to reason that you do All the force and meaning in it You can 'tumble' in a minute Twiggy voo, my boys, twiggy voo.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Twiggy-Voo.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
57. That Was A Bloomer - Marie Lloyd
While riding through a tunnel with my aunt and cousin Jack 'Pray may I hold your little hand?' he said My place I changed with auntie in the dark, you understand So he was kissing good old auntie's hand instead. Chorus: That was a bloomer enough to make you laugh A bloomer upon my word, not half And when we'd left the tunnel and were going into the light Cousin Johnny murmured in a...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/That-Was-A-Bloomer.htm - 12KB - 15 Sep 2013
58. Maid Of London, Ere We Part - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: 'Maid of London, ere we part Give, oh give me back my heart, back my heart Since thou hast gone from my breast, from my breast Keep the stick with a silver knob given me by a certain snob Give me back my thing-a-my bob and you can keep the rest.'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/Maid-Of-London.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
59. Rum-Tiddley-Um-Tum-Tay - Marie Lloyd
Ladies twenty three, That's including me, Lately had a beano, A grand one, well we know! Two big brakes we hired, Just what we required; Caused a hurly-burly, We started so early. Two young men for drivers, two young men we knew: I can hardly tell you what them chaps went through. Started off a treat! Crowds were in the street. People stared, who saw us coming, Specially when they...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-R/Rum-Tiddley-Um-Tum-Tay.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
60. The Rich Girl And The Poor - Marie Lloyd
The rich girl rises in the morn at nine And has a lovely bath unique; The poor girl she gets up at five o'clock, And only has one once a week. The rich girl has her carriage at the door, And goes out shopping with a fuss; The poor girl she goes off to Bryant and May's, And has her penn'orth on the bus. The rich girl rides her gee-gee in the Row, A hundred guinea mare, with pride;...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-R/Rich-Girl-And-The-Poor.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013

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