American Old Time Song Lyrics: 15 I Like It, I Do

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 15

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I LIKE IT, I DO.
Copyright, 1887, by Chas. D. Blake & Co.

A glass of champagne is injurious, I fear,
But I like it, I like it, I do;
It has caused many smiles and many a tear,
But I like it, I like it, I do.
A supper's a thing that is greatly desired,
Along with a fair one he loved and admired;
You go home very late feeling awfully tired,
But I like it, I like it, I do.

A kiss on the sly is quite wrong, I confess,
But I like it, I like it. I do;
Although such behavior I always repress,
I like it, I like it, I do.
A stroll all alone on a bright moonlight night
Is neither enjoyable, proper, nor right;
But when a young man is just holding you tight
I like it, I like it, I do.

Draw-poker's a game that peculiar is quite,
But I like it, I like it, I do;
You sit down for an hour and stay there all night.
But I like it. I like it, I do.
According to fortune your views change about,
It's skill when you win, and luck when you're out;
But you all know about it, I haven't a doubt,
But I like it, I like it, I do.

A sleigh ride in Winter is jolly, you see,
And I like it, I like it I do;
You glide o'er the snow banks so merry and free,
That I like it, I like it, I do.
Sometimes it is stories, and sometimes it's song,
Wrapped up in warm furs you can suffer no harm;
And if your escort can just drive with one arm,
I like it, I like it, I do.
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