Daisy Bell (Harry Dacre)
Song Sheet.

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There is a flower within my heart,
Daisy, Daisy!
Planted one day by a glancing dart,
Planted by Daisy Bell!
Whether she loves me or loves me not,
Sometimes it's hard to tell;
Yet I am longing to share the lot
Of beautiful Daisy Bell!


Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do!
I'm half crazy, all for the love of you!
It won't be a stylish marriage,
I can't afford a carriage,
But you'll look sweet
Upon the seat
Of a bicycle made for two!

Two little girls in Blue (Lilly Barnard)

Song sheet.

An old man gazed at a photograph
In a locket he'd worn for years.
His nephew then asked him the reason,
Why that photo had caused him tears.
Come listen, he said, I will tell you, lad,
A story that's strange, but true,
Your father and I at the school one day
Met two little girls in blue.

Two little girls in blue, lad,
Two little girls in blue.
They wer two sisters, we were two brothers,
And learned to love the two;
And one little girl in blue, lad,
Who won your father's heart,
Became your mother, I married the other,
But now we have drifted apart.

The picture is one of those girls, he said,
And, to me, she was once a wife.
I thought her unfaithful,
We quarrelled that night for life,
My fancy of jealosy wronged a heart,
A heart that was good and true;
For two better girls never lived than they,
Those two little girls in blue.


My Old Dutch(Albert Chevalier)

Song Sheet.

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I've got a pal,
A reg'lar out-and-outer,
She's a dear old gal,
Now I'll tell you all about 'er.
It's many years since fust we met,
'Er 'air was then as black as jet.
It's whiter now, but she don't fret,
Not my old gal!

Albert Chavalier

We've lived together now for forty years,
An' it don't seem a day too much;
There ain't a lady livin' in the land,
As I'd swap for my dear old dutch.
No, there ain't a lady livin' in the land,
As I'd swap for my dear old dutch.

I calls her Sal;
Her proper name is Sarah;
And you may find a gal
As you'd consider fairer.
She ain't an angel - she can start
A jawing till it makes yer smart.
She's just a woman, bless her heart,
Is my old gal


Sweet fine old gal,
For worlds I wouldn't loose 'er,
She's a dear good old gal,
An' that's what made me choose 'er,
She's stuck to me through thick and thin,
When luck was out, when luck was in,
Ah! what a wife to me she's been,
An' wot a pal.


I sees yer Sal,
Yer pretty ribbons sportin.
It's many years, old gal,
Since them young days of courtin'.
I ain't a coward, still I trust
When we've to part, as part we must,
That death may come and take me first
To wait my gal.