American Old Time Song Lyrics: 25 Get On To The Funny Walk

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 25

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Copyright, 1889, by Spaulding & Kornder.
Words and Music by Jos. J. Sullivan.

I'm always full of fun, I spend my money free,
I'm in love with all the girls and they think the world of me;
But the boys they have me worried. I think they have too much talk.
And when I am out in the street, it's get on to the funny walk.

Get on to the funny walk, just look at those big feet,
Where did he get that coat, why, down in Baxter street;
he ought to shake the face for it don't become the gawk,
The cry, is I say: Get on to the funny walk.

I went to a ball last night, they made me lead the march.
Oh, my, but I looked grand with my collar stiff as starch:
My heart went in my mouth when the band it commenced to play,
As I walked around the floor you'd hear the people say:- Chorus.
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