American Old Time Song Lyrics: 36 Molly And I And The Baby

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 36

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Copyright, 1899, by Will H. Kennedy, Agent.
Words and Music by Harry Kennedy.

I've a neat little cottage, and in it does dwell
Molly and I and the baby;
And I'm sure that for comfort no king can excel
Molly and I and the baby.
My dear little Molly is just twenty-three,
The baby's turned one and between you and me.
We're the nicest young family you ever did see,
Molly and I and the baby.

Molly, Molly, always so jolly, always laughing, chock full of glee,
Living as happy as happy can be, Molly and I and the baby.

Now we care not for riches or palaces grand,
Molly and I and the baby;
For I'm sure we'd not change with the best in the land,
Molly and I And the baby.
When I get home from work with my babe on my knee,
I sit in my arm chair, while Molly makes tea.
Then we dine at a table that only seats three,
Molly And I And the baby.-Chorus.

Every bright Sunday morning to church we will go,
Molly and I and the baby;
As we walk down the street all the people they know
Molly and I and the baby.
Now Molly's a girl that you'd all like to meet.
Her ways are so charming, her smile is so sweet;
If you chance to be our way, just drop in and greet
Molly and I and the baby.- Chorus.
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