I know a girl in Scotland by the name of Jean McCrocky,
She's a fascination too for every leading jockey.
With a smile upon her face, up at Ayr she saw them race,
And so fairly lost her head, turning to her friend she said:

Chorus: 'I love Frankie Wootton and Danny Maher, too,
Lija Wheatley, Charlie Trigg and Stephen Donoghue.
Charlie Foy is a very nice boy and so is Jackie Clark,
If they lived up in Scotland, I should have a fine old lark.'

Jean said, 'Tho' you may think that my heart is full of folly,
I've the photographs of all excepting Mister Whalley.
Oh! the bonny brothers Griggs and the smile of Billy Higgs,
Robbins is the perfect dear, he always comes when Winter's here:


'Richaby is nice,' said Jean, 'and so is Mister Herbert,
Dillon would be sweeter without Turkish Baths and sherbert.
Smythe is much too young, it's true, Saxby pays the piper, too,
Of the Huxleys I could sing, Herbert Jones would be my king:

Written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Billy Williams - 1913
Performed by Billy Williams (1877-1915)
From Music Hall Lyrics Collection
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