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61. In The Days Of The Cavalier - Vesta Tilley
I am but the shadow of men passed away A race out of place in the world of today A world of deceit and of new-fangled views Of proud, vulgar upstarts, and rich parvenues Whose loud voices ring through our ancestral halls Whose fancies disfigure their time-honoured walls For though in some things improvement is shown In others, egad, the past still holds its own.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/In-The-Days-Of-The-Cavalier.htm - 13KB - 15 Sep 2013
62. Don't It Do Your Eyesight Good! - Vesta Tilley
When you court a little fairy and you see her at a dance, Don't it do your eyesight good! But if you to see the girl at home should ever get a chance, Don't it do your eyesight good! When her deshabille's all rags and she has smuts upon her nose, And she's slanging at a policeman as she's hanging out the clothes, When you find she has potatoes in the heels of both her hose, Don't...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-D/Dont-It-Do-Your-Eyesight-Good.htm - 14KB - 15 Sep 2013
63. In The Pale Moonlight - Vesta Tilley
In the pale moonlight, in the Isle of Wight; A gay young spark met Flossie; He was neatly dressed in his Sunday best, And his hat was new and glossy. Said he, 'My pet, I'm a baronet; My income's very great, dear.' I've just come down from my house in town, To buy a new estate, dear.' Said she, 'My Pa is a millionaire; We've a beatiful mansion in Grosvenor Square.'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-I/In-The-Pale-Moonlight.htm - 14KB - 15 Sep 2013
64. The Man Who Broke The Brokers Down In Wall Street - Vesta Tilley
A happy individual, without a single care; With an independent air, causing everyone to stare! The brokers and the bankers, they are pulling out their hair, In Wall Street I have raised an awful flare Among the famous little 'Bulls and Bears!'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/Man-Who-Broke-The-Brokers.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
65. Minding It For Uncle - Vesta Tilley
My Uncle Bob's a gay old spark And often on the spree He dearly loves a little lark And whiskey after tea He keeps a large pawnbroker's shop To which I often go This very suit of clothes I wear Is not my own, oh no. Chorus: I'm minding it for Uncle, minding it for Uncle It's only tit for tat you see I'm minding it for Uncle, minding it for Uncle He's often minded things for me.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-M/Minding-For-Uncle.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
66. The Oofless Duke - Vesta Tilley
Down Bond Street or Pall Mall, you'll find they know me well A London dude of high degree, a sterling tip-top swell A sort of ladies pet, right up to here in debt I want to find an heiress who my horrid debts will pay If England don't provide one, I must search the USA.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-O/Oofless-Duke.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
67. Let's Make A Night Of It - Vesta Tilley
Chorus: Let's make a night of it tonight Let's make a night of it tonight I'm going to be married in the morning In the morning, when daylight's dawning I've only another night to roam Only another night's delight Boys and girls come out to play Ti-ti-id-dle-ti-hi-ti-y Let's make a night of it tonight.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-L/Lets-Make-A-Night-Of-It.htm - 10KB - 15 Sep 2013
68. A Bit Of A Blighty One - Vesta Tilley
I've a bit of a blighty one, but nothing to speak of, A bit of a blighty one, that's all. All through a splinter from a four-point-two, I'm in blue, but I'm never feeling blue. I'm having a cootchie time but nothing to speak of. I'm treated like a long-lost son. When the saucy little nursie Tucks me in and calls me Percy, Oh, I'm glad I've got this bit of a blighty one.
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Bit-Of-A-Blighty-One.htm - 12KB - 16 Apr 2013
69. Baby - Vesta Tilley
When my dear May I brought home as my wife, Joy seemed to fill all the days of our life; And when our baby, our Benny, so sweet, Came upon Earth...
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Baby.htm - 10KB - 19 May 2013
70. Burlington Bertie - Vesta Tilley
Burlington Bertie's the latest young jay He rents a swell flat somewhere Kensington way He spends the good oof that his pater has made Along with the Brandy and Soda Brigade. A girl wants a brooch or a new diamond ring And thinks a seal jacket is just now the thing Or sees a new bonnet she likes oh! So much Her simple remark is, 'Now who can I touch?'
URL: http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/Songs-B/Burlington-Bertie.htm - 11KB - 20 Aug 2013

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