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31. I Played My Concertina - Sam Mayo
This concertina you must know I take with me where'er I go While I was sailing out abroad, my poor wife she fell overboard I cried, 'I am a selfish clown, I can't stand here and see her drown.' So I shut my eyes and sat me down and played my concertina.
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32. I Ran Straight Home With The News - Sam Mayo
My girl and I once to blows nearly came A twenty-one day clock we both tried to claim I smacked her face then I called her a cat She took me to court and three weeks after that Chorus: I ran straight home with the news I repeated the judge's own words 'Bring in that twenty-one day clock,' said he 'Bring in that twenty-one day clock to me.' Upon Gertie's figure divine that wicked...
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33. Where Do Flies Go In The Winter Time? - Jack Pleasants - Sam Mayo
Chorus: 'Where do flies go in the Winter time? Do they go to gay Paree? When they've finished buzzing round our beef and ham When they've finished jazzing round our raspberry jam Do they clear like swallows every year? To a distant foreign clime Tell me, tell me, where do flies go in the Winter time?'
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34. I'm Going To Sing A Song - Sam Mayo
I'm going to sing a song to you this evening I've been a lovely singer since my birth When you hear my pretty notes a-ringing You'll say I have the finest voice on earth Before the King I once appeared When I sang he loudly cheered. Chorus: He sent for me, and said, 'You are a marvel At singing you have really got the knack.' Then from his tie he took a diamond scarf-pin And smiled...
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35. Smith, Jones, Robinson And Brown - Ella Retford
Chorus: Smith, Jones, Robinson and Brown Known in every town, as men of great renown Their name brought old Britain fame In every port, at any old sport They always played the game Who is it, when danger's near? Who's the best judge of a glass of beer? Smith, Jones, Robinson and Brown.
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36. When I Woke Up In The Morning - Sam Mayo
You've heard about the man whose face was brown as any bun Because he dreamt he'd been asleep beneath the blazing sun Some people don't believe it, but I think it must be true For instance, once I dreamt I was a monkey in the Zoo.
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37. The Night Watchman - Sam Mayo
Chorus: Only a poor night watchman. Only a poor old soul Burning the midnight oil and burning the rate-payers coal Drink to the poor night watchman, when you've a real good thirst Just raise your glass, but before you drink, Pass it to the watchman first.
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38. The Widow's Song - Sam Mayo
I'm a lonely young widow, my name's Jane Louise Last night with a young man I sat 'neath some trees We both were in dreamland, and our thoughts far away At last aroused him then to him did say, Refrain: 'Now what are you thinking of, darling He replied with a loving embrace 'I am thinking the same, love, as you,' then I said If I thought you were, I'd smack your face.'
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39. I Didn't Stop Running - Sam Mayo
Whilst I was pawning me only shirt Somebody whispered, 'Here Master Bert Down your coal cellar flap, straight no kid, Somebody's been and dropped twenty quid. Chorus: And I didn't stop running till I got home I got home. I got home, I didn't stop running till I got home Then I woke up and found I was dreaming.
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40. Fiddle-de-diddle-de-dee - Sam Mayo
I've got a budget of funny tales, Listen to this, it occurred in Wales, A greedy old dame at a butcher's sale, Bought a rabbit and thereby hangs a tale.
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