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51. The End Of The Song - Vesta Tilley
Two gay fellows in the gaslight, Been out for an evening's spree 'Say old chappie, things are moving, Ground's gone'round, it seems to me Here's two lamp-posts both together, Hang it, where's my watch and chain?' 'What's the matter? Hold up cocky! Got the jim-jams once again? Hallo, Charlotte, going home dear? What, don't you know me? What a shame. Go to Bath? all right, old ducky...
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52. Three Chapters - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: 'So you're smitten?' 'Just a little!' 'Is she pretty?' 'Stands alone! She's the dandy of the lot, I mean to say!' 'Any figure?' 'Like a Venus!' 'And her shape is?' 'All her own! You couldn't find her equal, anyway!'
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53. It's Part Of A Policeman's Duty - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: It's part of a policeman's duty Part of a policeman's work I think I'm right in telling you It's a job never shirked by the man in blue. He'll do his best for England, Beer and Beauty To be a sort of walking restaurant Is part of a policeman's duty.
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54. Seaside Girls - Vesta Tilley
Those girls, those girls, those lovely seaside girls, All dimples, smiles, and curls, your head it simply whirls! They look all right, complexions pink and white; They've diamond rings and dainty feet, Golden hair from Regent Street, Lace and grace and lots of face, those pretty little seaside girls.
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55. Seaside Walks - Vesta Tilley
When Clarence, once a year, goes out strolling on the pier What makes him so attractive to the ladies far and near? You may think it's his smile, or his eighteen-penny tile Or his pair of flannel - how d'yer do's, that kill at half a mile But there you're absolutely wrong - you take the tip from me What is it makes dear Clarence such a fav'rite by the sea?
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56. Their Heads Nestle Closer Together - Vesta Tilley
A garden and in it an old apple tree, Around which two children, a lassie turned three, And t'other a lad of p'raps four and a half, Are chasing each other whilst gaily they laugh. The maiden soon tires of the circular race, For vainly she follows the lad in the chase; His stronger legs make it an unequal match, And he merrily mocks all her efforts to catch,
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57. The New Policeman - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: I'm the new policeman, I'm the dandy boy in blue I want to get my name up, upon my soul I do I'm the new policeman, tho' I'm not so fine and large Is there any young lady here tonight that I can take in charge?
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58. Sunshine And Shadow - Vesta Tilley
This world is all chequered with pleasures and pain Though our hopes are in brightness arrayed Our Summer is spoilt by a downpour of rain And our life has less sunshine than shade See the youth in the happy excitement of love As he whispers the old old tale And the maid answers yes like the sigh of a dove Then she dreams of her bridal veil.
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59. The Smile - Vesta Tilley
There are prople you can understand exactly what they mean, By their smile, by their smile, And others that you can't make out and nothing seem to glean, By their smile, by their smile. There's the friend who tries to bluff you as he tells a clever lie, Or another who will nudge his pal and 'wink the other eye!'...
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60. I'm Going To Be A Nut - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: I'm going to be a nut; I'm going to be a nut I will be a nut one day And when I get my own way Whoa! The game I'll play I shall have to tell mamma and the nursemaid That my eyetooth I've cut They still come and tuck me up when I go 'bye-bye' What a nut, what a nut.
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