American Old Time Song Lyrics: 19 Maloney, The Rolling Mill Man

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Maloney, the Rolling Mill Man.
By J. W. Kelley.

I've a first cousin named Dan Maloney,
An honest relation and friend,
Who always has made a good living,
And has often a dollar to lend;
He is well known by till the neighbors,
For a short name we call him Dan,
And there's no one in town more respected
Than Maloney, the rolling mill man.

You will find him at church every Sunday,
Himself and his wife, Mary Ann;
And the one who takes up the collection,
Is Maloney, the rolling mill man.

There are some folks in town that don't like him,
Because Daniel will have a drink,
But, of course, when a man does feel thirsty,
A couple is proper, I think;
And if they would mind their own business,
It would be a very good plan,
For there's no one that likes a drink better
Than Maloney, the rolling mill man.

You can find him at work every morning,
He's the first one to send out the can;
And draught ale is the favorite drink
For Maloney, the rolling mill man.

You will see him each day on election,
Around to see things going right,
He'll be out at the polls first " at morning,
And stop till the last one at night;
And now, while I speak of elections,
It would be an excellent plan
To nominate for next mayor of the city,
Maloney, the rolling mill man.

I am certain he would be elected
Without aid from clique or from clan;
And the best mayor we've had would be
Daniel Maloney, the rolling mill man.
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