American Old Time Song Lyrics: 19 Kutchy, Kutchy, Coo

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 19

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Copyright, 1888, by M. H. Rosenfeld.

"I'm as happy as a queen, I can do most anything,
I can dance and I can sing, " sang a maid one evening,
As she passed along the street, searching for a lover sweet,
"All I want is just a beau to escort me to and fro."

As we journey all along through life's own busy throng,
We often meet a maiden gay, who'll to you sweetly say:

Kutchy, kutchy. kutchy, coo! lovey me, I lovey 'oo!
Does 'oo lovey, lovey me as I lovey, lovey 'ee?
Kutchy, kutchy, kutchy, coo! lovey me, I lovey 'oo!
Kutchy, kutchy, kutchy, coo! lovey, lovey, 'oo!
Kutchy, coo! (kiss) kutchy, coo! (kiss.)

So he took this maiden fair, with her bangs and golden hair,
Down the street to take a trip, held her close and kissed her lip;
Tighter grew his fond embrace, though he scarce could see her face,
For the night was very dark, and he thought it such a lark!
As we journey all along, &c.

Shall I tell all the song? really, it was very wrong,
But, indeed, would you suppose-it was cruel-heaven knows!
Goodness gracious! in the light, there he saw a fearful sight;
He was stabbed as with a knife;-who d'ye think it was?-his wife!
As we journey all along, &c.
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