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Can't You Dance The Polka?

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Cant You Dance The Polka - Lyrics & Chords


As  I walked down on  Broadway,
One  evening in  July,
I met a maid who  asked my trade,
"A   sailor John," says  I.


Then away, you  Santy,
My dear  Annie,
Oh, you  New York gals,
Can't you dance the  polka ?

To Tiffany's I took her,
I did not mind expense,
I bought her two gold earrings,
They cost me fifty cents.

Says she, "You limejuice sailor,  
Now see me home you  may."
But when we reached her cottage door
She unto me did say:

"My flashman, he's a Yankee,
With his hair cut short behind,
He  wears a tarry jumper
And he sails the Black Ball Line."

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