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11. Doesn't Anybody Want The Curate? - Vesta Tilley
When our happy Sunday School, in three big vans Went to Chingford for the day I felt as joyous as a frisky lamb As I handed round the tea and jam Everything conducted on my own nice plans The scholars all were gay All the teachers there, all the ladies fair Beaming when they looked my way But when a ramble was proposed The teachers, male, at once, you see Paired off with all the...
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12. Following In Father's Footsteps - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: I'm following in Father's footsteps I'm following the dear old dad He's just in front with a fine big gal So I thought that I'd have one as well I don't know where he's going But when he gets there I'll be glad I'm following in Father's footsteps I'm following the dear old dad.
URL: - 12KB - 01 Dec 2012
13. The Army Of Today's Alright - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: Then it's all right now, there's no need to worry any more I saw the army wasn't strong Everything was wrong till the day I came along Then the band played, and they all hoorayed The War Office woke up with a fright I joined the army yesterday so the army of today's all right.
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14. Come And Be One Of The Midnight Sons - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: 'Come, come, come, and be one of the midnight sons Come along and be one of the boys And join the throng and sing this song And be one of the boys, be one of the boys.'
URL: - 10KB - 01 Dec 2012
15. Fairly Knocked The Yankees In Chicago - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: As I put my foot upon the shore the Yankees all did run, Like a shot from out a gun, they shouted, 'Kingdom Come!' The policemen run off their beat, to clear the people from the street, I fairly knocked the Yankees in Chicago!
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16. The Boys Of The Racketty Club - Vesta Tilley
In town there's a place of renown, Folks dub it the Racketty Club! Wher boys fond of pleasure and sport, Each night in the season resort; Boys who think that money was made to spend, Or, to boys in trouble or want, to lend. Boys well known, each one a younger son, And when in town are second, of course, to none!
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17. By The Sad Sea Waves - Vesta Tilley
In the glorious summer season, everybody takes a trip, To the seaside; for enkoyment, on the sands they gaily skip; Married men with wives and children, single Johnnies, on the mash; Pretty girls who seek for husbands, who have pockets full of cash. Chorus: By the sad sea waves, where the ladies are so charming; By the sad sea waves, in the glorious summer time, With their fetching...
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18. Clamber Closer Clara - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: Clamber closer Clara, clamber closer, do, Can't you clamber closer, when I want you to. Come, put your arms around me, let us bill and coo, Clamber closer Clara, can't you? clamber closer, do!'
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19. S.U.N.D.A.Y. - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: S.U.N.D.A.Y, that is Sunday When all of the boys wear clothes They've packed up in lavender ever since Monday L.O.V.E seems to be in the air And G.I.R.L is the cause of the whole affair.
URL: - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
20. The Piccadilly Johnny With The Little Glass Eye - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: He's very well known is Algy, to the ladies on the stage Such a jolly good chap is Algy, just now he's all the rage And a jolly good favourite Algy, with the barmaids at the 'Cri' He's very well known is Algy, As the Piccadilly Johnny with the little glass eye.
URL: - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013

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