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61. Just As If She Didn't Know - Marie Lloyd
How very foolish men are when they try to fool their wives, It's silly to attempt it, for they've watched you all their lives. They may appear to swallow all you tell them as a fact, But that's because they're all possessed of some amount of tact. When e'er a man's been out at night, and fears his wife will scold, He always has the same excuse, that years ago was old.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-J/Just-As-If-She-Didnt-Know.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
62. Talk About A Big Responsibility - Marie Lloyd
Most of us have got responsibilities, you know Some are very big, some are small Now little Mister Jones one day was riding in a bus When all at once the rain began to fall A lady rather stout you know, looked in to find a seat There wasn't one so Jones, the silly kid, said 'Weally, I'd be charmed if you would sit upon my lap' She flopped and he was sorry that she did.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-T/Talk-About-Responsibility.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
63. The Red And The White And The Blue - Marie Lloyd
Now there's beef and beer and skilly in the Army served around, That's the red and the white and the blue; And the white-robed English slaveys in their myriads abound, Where there's red and there's white and there's blue. When the milkman and the baker come to woo their Mary Jane, And they catch a glimpse of colour through the kitchen window-pane, Of their girl with Jack and Tommy,...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-R/Red-And-The-White-And-The-Blue.htm - 15KB - 15 Sep 2013
64. A Little Bit Of Lovin' - Marie Lloyd
A little bit of love is a luxury That's what people say Girls just long for a little bit Of love at the close of day Now there's nothing like a little bit of lovin' If you take it in a quiet sort of way So just take my tip if you're going for a trip Never mind what people say.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-L/Little-Bit-Of-Lovin.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
65. The Boy In The Gallery - Nelly 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 - 26 Nov 2013
66. The Chili Widow - Marie Lloyd
She was the Chili Widow, the widow that couldn't get warm Seeking shelter from the terrible storm He was ready and willing a kindness to perform But now that Chili Widow is the widow he'd like to warm.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-C/Chili-Widow.htm - 11KB - 28 Nov 2012
67. Are You Looking For A Girl Like Me - Marie Lloyd ~ Rosie Lloyd
Gertie was a pretty girl, face so bright and cheery, But she couldn't find a beau, and her heart grew weary, Every fellow that she saw, with expression mild-like, She'd go up to and exclaim, in a manner child-like. Chorus: Are you looking for a girl like me, With heart so fond and true? If you have lots of money, And a temper sweet as honey, Then I'm looking for a girl like you.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-A/Are-You-Looking-For-A-Girl-Like-Me.htm - 12KB - 28 Nov 2012
68. The Coster's Christening - Marie Lloyd
I was married just on eighteen months ago, don't you know Old red church, Befnall Green Where it came off all-serene Since then, lots of ructions out there 'ave occurred, take my word What d'you say? Any - eh? Well, we christened him today But, before we went off to the church, why we gave a spread Such a lovely pigs 'ead, or trimmin's and bread!...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-C/Costers-Christening.htm - 12KB - 28 Nov 2012
69. The Girl On The Ran-Dan-Dan - Marie Lloyd ~ Lottie Collins
Chorus: Oh! What am I to be, In high society! An up-to-daity Gaity girl, With an I'm-not-built-that-wayity girl. A goddy good goody and prude, Who never should look at a man? Or a slippety-winketty sort of a girl, On the Ran-dan-dan?
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-G/Girl-On-The-Ran-Dan-Dan.htm - 12KB - 28 Nov 2012
70. Customs Of The Country - Marie Lloyd
In manner orthodox, In England we wear frocks, That's the custom of the country, don't you know. Africa, no doubt, They do alright, without, That's the custom of the country ther! Just so! In England, everty son Of wifes has only one, If you marry more, you're wrong, so there you are! But in Persia, married men Have at least three score and ten. If you don't believe me, go and ask...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-C/Customs-Of-The-Country.htm - 13KB - 28 Nov 2012

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