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- 21. The Eskimo - Sam Mayo
Oh, Oh, Oh, I'm an Eskimo, 'neath a blanket of snow I sleep Every night whenthe moon shines bright, to our bed so cold we creepWhen slumbering we go you'll see us in a row All the bally tribe, snoring in the snow Once a maiden I could see, sleeping just near me.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-E/Eskimo-The.htm - 12KB - 02 Aug 2013
- 22. The Wind Blew Hard From The North South West - Sam Mayo
The wind blew hard from the North South West, Off the ladder poor Snicker it blew, He fell in the paste can, and now his wife says, "It's the first job he's ever 'stuck' to."
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/Wind-Blew-Hard.htm - 13KB - 03 Oct 2014
- 23. Bread And Marmalade - Sam Mayo
Some years ago when I was mother's baby For bread and marmalade I 'ad a craze. I got so very fond of it that really I always 'ave some wiv me nowadays. Last night I spooned with a girl named Jane Louise, And as we sat beneath the shady trees, She starts to murmur, "Darling, give me something, As a token that your love will never fade,
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Bread-And-Marmalade.htm - 12KB - 04 Sep 2014
- 24. The Down And Out Blues - Sam Mayo
When you're tired, lonesome, Walking around the town; And the rain comes, uninvited, in your shoes. What are you goin' to say? What are you goin' to do? Sing the down and out blues.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-D/Down-and-Out-Blues.htm - 11KB - 13 Oct 2014
- 25. Put That Gramophone Record On Again - Sam Mayo
Chorus: 'Put that gramophone record on again I want to dance to that jazz. Round the room we'll one-step galore Dance out through the door Come back again once more I never found when I hear that sound Put another needle on and turn the handle round It's a record breaking melody...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-P/Put-Gramophone-Record-On.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 26. I Was Having My Breakfast In Bed - Sam Mayo
My dear wife I adore, but one thing I like more I do like my breakfast in bed And last Monday I got a note From King George, and here's the way that he wrote 'You're going to be knighted at nine in the morning So be in the Palace at eight' I didn't get there till a quarter to twelve And the Queen said, 'My word you are late'...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/I-Was-Having-Breakfast-In-Bed.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 27. Would You Like To Know The Reason? - Sam Mayo
Johnson is a lucky man, I said he is, you know he is He's up to nearly every kind of biz, I said he is, you bet he is He is a married man, upon my life, but he's got a most original wife He gets boozed, does just what he may like, But his old woman never gets the spike Chorus: Would you like to know the reason? She never grumbles? Ain't it rum She never grumbles, not a grumble Poor...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-W/Would-You-Like-To-Know-The-Reason.htm - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 28. The Most Miserable Man On Earth - Sam Mayo
I like to save money, 'cos I'm fond of 'oof' And as milk's rather dear just now I saved up my money, just thirty eight pounds And I bought such a beautiful cow. Chorus: I'm the most miserable man on earth Of trouble I'm always full The reason that I am so miserable is The cow's not a cow, it's a bull.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/Most-Miserable-Man-On-Earth.htm - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 29. The Night Began To Fall - Sam Mayo
Mr Pat Malone and I a cabin had to share Upon an open boat, and the first night afloat When we started to undress, at bedtime, be it said A ladies nightgown I put on, then popped into my bed Then the night began to fall. "Begorrah," murmured Pat "Why do you wear a ladies gown to sleep in, tell me that?" I said "If there's a shipwreck, and the worst comes to...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-N/Night-Began-To-Fall.htm - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
- 30. I Can't Forget The Days When I Was Young - Marie Lloyd ~ Ada Reeve
I'm not so young as I used to be, when I was in my prime, But you can have a bit on 'Mouldy Martha' every time; I've had my share of married life And kind of settled down, And when ever I get the gladeye from the pot-man at the 'Crown' Chorus: Oh, I can't forget the days when I was young, And it don't seem so very long ago; I was happy, blythe and gay, I could drive dull care away,...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/I-Cant-Forget-The-Days-When-I-Was-Young.htm - 11KB - 15 Sep 2013
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