MR AND MRS MALONE
Tune-"My Dear Old Wife and I."
Kind friends, just listen now to us,
And we'll sing to you a rhyme.
And tell you of our youthful days,
When we were iu our prime.
We're getting old, yes, very old,
And soon must pass away;
We've traveled on life's weary road
With spirits always gay.
Old Mr. and Mrs. Malone,
Old Mr. and Mrs. Malone;
A jollier old pair you'll seldom And
Than Mr. and Mrs. Malone.
'Tis now some sixty years ago
Since we first joined our lot,
And in that time there's nothing wrong
Transpired in our cot.
We've had our share of sunshine.
And of course we can't complain;
Them good old days that's passed and gone
Can never come again.-Chorus.