I'M GOING TO BE MARRIED.
Copyright, 1889, by Harding Bros.
Words and Music by Jos. J. Sullivan.
I'm going to be married this evening,
Oh, how very happy I will be;
To a pretty little girl, named Sally,
And she thinks the "world of me.
Oh, you can bet that she is a daisy,
She's as handsome as a rose;
She's as pretty as the flowers in the garden,
But she has a Roman nose.
Oh. how I love my daisy, [break]
She almost drives me crazy, [break]
I'll invite you all to the wedding,
We'll have a glorious time;
The boys and girls will all be dancing,
And we'll all get full on wine.
My cousins and aunts they will be there,
And so will my big uncle Mike;
We'll forward four and welt the floor
Until the broad daylight.
We'll have old Mickey Shay, the fiddler,
And Owen McGinty, too;
We'll dance of four legs in Saratoga's,
Before we'll all get through.
Oh, how I love my daisy, [break]
She almost drives me crazy, [break]-Chorus.