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sitting by the fountain all [E]alone.
I [A]lifted up my hat, and [D]then began to [A]chat,
she said she'd love to [E]see me at her [A]home.
Such a [D]star I've never seen, she's as [A]pretty as a queen,
she's as perfect as an angel from a[E]bove.
If she'll [A]only be my wife, I'll live [D]happy all my [A]life,
with that aggravating [E]beauty, Lulu [A]Walls.
If she was only mine, I would build a house so fine,
around it so many fences tall.
It would make me jealous free, that no one else but me
could gaze upon that beauty, Lulu Walls. + CHORUS
One evening getting late, I met her at the gate,
I asked her if she'd wed me in the fall.
She only turned away, and nothing would she say,
that aggravating beauty, Lulu Walls. + CHORUS