American Old Time Song Lyrics: 17 There's Millions In It

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 17

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The other day, upon the street,
I met a curbstone broker,
Who handed me his card so neat-
Upon it "William Croaker."
He soon explained a little scheme-
A thousand would begin it-
And said it would prove a "cream,"
Because "there's millions in it."

Don't grab or bite upon first sight,
Just stop and think a minute;
There's many a "fresh "got in a mesh,
Because "there's millions in it."

My friend, Fritz Jones, once bought some land,
Somewhere around Kellyville­"A speculation safe and grand,"
'Tis this which made him feel ill.
The land was high-in fact so high,
You couldn't climb or shin it-
But some landshark had made him buy,
Because "there's millions in it. " -Chorus.

How many men from day to day,
We see who wear long faces,
Who foolishly have thrown away
Their many hard-earned "cases."
Stocks, bonds and lots they eager bought
On the impulse of the minute,
And all because they merely thought
That "there was millions in it. - Chorus
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