American Old Time Song Lyrics: 03 The Merriest Girl That's Out

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The Merriest Girl that's Out.

With laughter and good humor,
Why I pass my time away;
So, while I'm here, I'll do my best
To please you, with my lay.
Then come along and join my song.
And raise a merry shout,
To welcome me, for I'm you see,
The merriest girl that's out.
Now, then, young men, don't be melancholy!
Just see, like me, if you can't be jolly I
If anything goes wrong with me,
I never sulk nor pout;
In fact I am, and always was,
The merriest girl that's out.

The gentlemen complain, and say:
"I'm such a dreadful flirt!"
But if they will make love to me,
Their hearts I'm sure to hurt.
I really can't help laughing, when
I hear them sigh about;
For sentiment it don't suit me,
I'm the merriest girl that's out.-Chorus.

The notes and presents I receive
Would fill a basket quite,
While bouquets rare, I do declare,
Are sent me ev'ry night.
The notes all speak of broken hearts.
Borne mean it, I've no doubt,

-I'm sorry, yet I still remain The merriest girl that's out.-Chorus.
To balls and parties I oft go,
For dancing I admire;
And waltzing is a thing, I own,
Of which I never tire.
And should my partner squeeze my hand,
I know what I'm about,
It pleases him and don't hurt me,
I'm the merriest girl that's out.-Chorus
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