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71. Good Old Iron - Marie Lloyd
Years ago, I used to be just like a doll on a Christmas tree Fat and plump, plenty of form Something to keep you nice and warm I may have fallen away a bit, lost a pound or two Lost me way, lost me - er - purse Still that doesn't matter to you.
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72. Actions Speak Louder Than Words - Marie Lloyd
The scene is Venice, (old place) a dream of Paradise They are a pair of lovebirds honeymooning hang the price And all is peace and happiness and Neapolitan ice Observe their actions, such loving actions 'How heavenly' sighs Geraldine. 'Real grand' say Vere de Vere She gives a little shudder. 'Oh I've caught a chill, I fear'
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73. Bathing - Marie Lloyd
Should the sexes bathe together? That is the question now 'Certainly! most decidedly' is the sort Of an answer they get from me A nice bathing dress on your back, You know you certainly wouldn't require it You might as well dress in a sack, you know If the chaps were not there to admire it.
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74. The Coster's Wedding - Marie Lloyd
There's bin a reg-lar how-de-do-di-do this morning, boys For such a splicing up of pairs you never saw Just seventeen of us got wed for bett'r or wuss And not none of us had never been spliced before.
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75. The Girl In The Khaki Dress - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: I'm the girl - the girl - the girl in the khaki dress Fellows following me, so larky Busmen hollering, 'Watcher, khaki' Oh girls - their love they can't express What oh. That's Flo! the girl in the khaki dress.
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76. Bond Street, Tea Walk - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: I call it the walk, muffin and tea walk Ladies are fairly in their glories With lots of charming chaps to hold the darling's wraps And to tell them all the latest funniest stories The latest 'chit-chat' concerning this and that I really consider it sublime The cake-walk is the rage, at present on the stage But the cake-walk takes the tea-cake every time.
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77. He Knows A Good Thing When He Sees It - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: Then he stood it a supper at Scotts And bought it a bottle to please it For it's dear little waist Seemed to tickle his taste And he knows a good thing when he sees it.
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78. And The Parrot Said - Marie Lloyd ~ Daisy Jerome
Chorus: And the parrot sat there with a nonchalant air And a cynical smile on it's beak At last the young fellow exclaimed with a leer 'And am I the first you have ever loved, dear?' And the parrot said, 'Yes, this week!'
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79. Folkstone For The Day - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: And they haven't got over it yet, you bet,we livened up the Town We painted Folkestone beautiful red, and came back lovely brown The would-be-if-they-could-be toffs, they wished us miles away Oh! didn't we 'ave a pantomime at Folkestone for the day.
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80. The Directoire Girl - Marie Lloyd
Chorus: When they saw me in directoire dress Fellows nearly had a fit, 'um, yes They all followed behind, in dozens All the London Johnnies and their country cousins And they all said, 'Yum Yum' I really was a big success For I showed the fellows more than I ever did before When I put on my directoire dress.
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