American Old Time Song Lyrics: 25 I'm Going To Be Married
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 25
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.