I Don't Care. Jean Lenox. Julie Andrews. The Honeysuckle and the Bee. Everybody's Doin' It Now. Irving Berlin. Fred W. Don't Go in the Lion's Cage Tonight. Burlington Bertie from Bow. Alexander's Ragtime Band. By the Light of the Silvery Moon. I Don't Care Jean Lenox. Alexander's Ragtime Band Irving Berlin. At the very next table was seated A girl who had fallen to shame, All the young fellows jeered at her weakness, Till they heard an old woman explain:.
She is more to be pitied than censured, She is more to be helped than despised. She is only a lassie who ventured On life's stormy path, ill-advised; Do not scorn her with words fierce and bitter Do not laugh at her shame and downfall. For a moment, just stop and consider That a man was the cause of it all. There's an old-fashioned church 'round the corner Where the neighbors all gathered one day, While the parson was preaching a sermon O'ere a soul that had just passed away; 'Twas this same wayward girl from the Bow'ry Who a life of adventure had led.
Did the clergyman jeer at her downfall? He asked for God's mercy, and said:.
When a bee lies sleeping In the palm of your hand You're bewitched And deep in love's long looked-after land. Where you'll see a sun up sky With a morning new And where the days go laughing by As love comes a-calling on you. Sleep on bee don't waken Can't believe what just passed He's mine for the taking I am happy at last. A sleeping bee has told me I'll walk with my feet off the ground When my one true love I have found. Now Willy Green I think you're mean, You ran away and hid You sneaked away the other day with Nellie, yes you did You did, you did, you know you did!
You didn't? Oh, such lies! I saw you with my own two eyes! You even hugged and kissed her down the lane! Well anyway, I'm mad so please don't speak to me again. Cuz you're a smarty, smarty, smarty Thought you had a party Don't forget what the teacher taught You'll be sorry if you get caught I'm going to tell your mother Just see if you don't care You're nothing but a smarty pants So there, there, there.
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Why Annie Brown how can you frown? That's not the way to do There's not another girl in town I love like I love you You're jealous, fess up You know it isn't right. Is that so? This is new, I was merely existing This is new and I'm living at last Head to toe, you've got me so I'm spellbound I don't know if I am heaven or hellbound This is new. Is it Venus insisting that I'm through with a shadowy past? I am hurled up to another world where life is bliss, and this is new.
Head to toe, you've got me so I'm spellbound I don't know if I am heaven or hellbound This is new. I'm in a nice bit of trouble, I confess; Somebody with me has had a game. I should by now be a proud and happy bride, But I've still got to keep my single name. I was proposed to by Obadiah Binks In a very gentlemanly way; Oh, he was a nice gent, he really was! I lent him all me money so that he could buy a home And punctually at twelve o'clock to-day-. There was I, waiting at the church, Waiting at the church, Waiting at the church; When I found he'd left me in the lurch, Lor, how it did upset me!
All at once, he sent me round a note Here's the very note, This is what he wrote: "I can't get away to marry you today.
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My wife, won't let me! Lor, what a fuss Obadiah made of me When he used to take me in the park! He used to squeeze me till I was black and blue, When he kissed me he used to leave a mark. Each time he met me he treated me to wine, Took me now and then to see the play; Oh, it was lovely, and ever so posh!
Well, understand me rightly when I say he treated me, It wasn't him but me that used to pay. There was I, waiting at the church, Waiting at the church, Waiting at the church; When I found he left me in the lurch, Lor, how it did upset me! Mistress Murphy gave a party just about a week ago, Everything was plentiful, the Murphys, they're not slow.
They treated us like gentlemen; we tried to act the same Only for what happened, well it was an awful shame. When Mistress Murphy dished the chowder out she fainted on the spot;. She found a pair of overalls at the bottom of the pot. Tim Nolan he got ripping mad, his eyes were bulging out, He jumped upon the piano and loudly he did shout.
I can lick the Mick that threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder! They dragged the pants from out the soup and laid them on the floor; Each man swore upon his life, he'd ne'er seen them before. They were plastered up with mortar and were worn out at the knee, They had their many ups and downs as we could plainly see.
And when Mistress Murphy she came-to she began to cry and pout, She had them in the wash that day and forgot to take them out. Tim Nolan, he excused himself for what he said that night, So we put music to the words and sang with all our might.
Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder? Nobody spoke so we shouted all the louder: "It's an Irish trick that's true! Info Links. Music Links. Cast Recordings. Other Recordings.
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Singles and more. They can play a bugle call like you never heard before That's just the bestest band in the land, Oh, my honey lamb Come on along, come on along, Let me take you by the hand Up to the man, up to the man, Who's the leader of the band And if you care to hear the Swanee River played in ragtime Come on and hear, come on and hear Alexander's Ragtime Band.
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Don't Go in the Lion's Cage Tonight
I smile condescendingly While they're extending me Cheer upon cheer when I appear Captain with my polo team So strict, so strict are my people They're William the Conqueror's strain If they ever knew I'd been talking to you Why, they'd never look at me again! Act two Scene: new Roses blooming all around the place Cast: three You, me, preacher with a solemn-looking face Choir sings, bell rings Preacher: "You are wed forevermore. They all feel blue That night when she was dancing in the lions cage, The lions thought that they would like to eat. So pure and sweet Oh, don't go in the cage tonight mama darling, The lions look ferocious and may bite.
Ev'rybody's doin' it Doin' it, doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it Doin' it, doin' it Ain't that music touching your heart Hear that trombone bustin' apart? Come, come, come, come let us start Ev'rybody's doin' it now See that ragtime couple over there Watch them throw their shoulders in the air Snap their fingers Honey, I declare It's a bear, it's a bear, There! Ev'rybody's doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it Now ain't that music touching your heart Hear that trombone bustin' apart?
Come, come, come, come let us start Ev'rybody's doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it Ev'rybody's doin' it now! As they sang the songs of love, From the arbour just above, Came a bee which lit upon the vine; As it sipped the honey-dew, They both vowed they would be true, Then he whispered to her words she thought divine. So I ask each weeping willow And each brook along every way And each lad that comes a-whistling by, Tooralay How are things in Glocca Morra This fine day? Starlight, go away, fade away, blow away Sunrise, come again, make a new sunny day Oh, what can I do can I think about?
At the very next table was seated A girl who had fallen to shame, All the young fellows jeered at her weakness, Till they heard an old woman explain: She is more to be pitied than censured, She is more to be helped than despised.