American Old Time Song Lyrics: 09 Dandy Pat

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 9

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I'm the boy called Dandy Pat,
I was born in the town of Ballinu,
Dandy Pat I O;
I courted one Miss Kitty Maloy,
She sed I was the broth of a boy,
Dandy Pat I O.

I'm Dandy Pat I O,
I'm Dandy Pat I O,
From Magherafat to Bellinafat,
There's none come up to Dandy Pat.

My leg and foot is nate and trim.
The girls all say, just look at him,
Dandy Pat I O;
My stick is made of good black thorn,
I'm the funniest fellow that ever was born,
Dandy Pat I 0.-Chorus.

My coat is made of Irish frieze,
The devil a one can take the prize
From Dandy Pat I 0;
My hat is made of Irish felt,
The hearts of all the girls I melt,
I'm Pat the Dandy O.-Chorus.

I took a walk to the Central Park,
A charming lady made the remark,
Pat the Dandy O;
She axed me home to take some day,
She said she'd never go away
From Pat the Dandy O.-Chorus.
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