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76                       The Play-Party in Indiana.
"Then I'll not go with you Benny, darling, Once before I've told you the reason why, If from my mother I should part It would surely break her heart, But then I'll not forget you, Benny McCoy."
"Then I must leave you Nora, darling, Though it will almost break my heart to try. 1 will seek some other part, I will wed another heart. And you will never more see Benny McCoy."
"Then I'll go with you Benny, darling, I, my parents and my sisters bid, Goodby, I will roam the world with you, I will always prove true, I will roam the world with Benny McCoy."
d. This, like "No Sir" and "Billy Boy" is .a dialogue song; it is dramatic in the degree to which the two actors make it, but there is no game or dance to it.
Old Brass Wagon.
Miss E. F. Laud, Shelby. Tp
a.
1.   :Circle to the left, Old Brass Wagon,: 3 times
You're the one my darling.'
2.   :Swing oh swing Old Brass Wagon,: 3 times You're the one, my darling.
3.   : Promenade home Old Brass Wagon,: 3 times
You're the one, my darling.
4. :Shoddish up and down, the Old Brass Wagon,: 3 times You're the one, my darling.
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