American Old Time Song Lyrics: 18 Poor Robinson Crusoe

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 18

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When I was a lad my fortune was bad,
My grandfather I did lose, oh!
I'll bet you a can you've heard of the man,
His name it was Robinson Crusoe.

Oh, poor Robinson Crusoe!
Oh, poor Robinson Crusoe!
High diddle, diddle, the cat's in the fiddle;
Oh, poor Robinson Crusoe!

You've read in a book of a voyage be took,
When de ragin' whirlwind blew so,
Pat de ship wid a shock, fell plump on a rock.
Near drounding poor Robinson Crusoe.-Chorus.

Poor soul! none but he escaped from de sea;
Oh, fate! fate! how could you do so?
Till at length he was thrown on an island unknown,
Which received poor Robinson Crusoe.-Chorus.

But he saved from on board, a gun and a sword,
Another old matter or two; so.
That by dint of his thrift he managed to shift,
Pretty well for poor Robinson Crusoe.-Chorus.
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