NOBODY'S STUCK ON YOU.
By J. W. Kelley.
Some curious expressions we hear every day.
No matter which way we may go;
And slang is the fashion, it seems, everywhere;
But the reason no one seems to know.
I hear an expression of late-though it's coarse,
I often have found it quite true;
You've heard it yourself, and the one that I mean is,
"Nobody's stuck on you."
So be careful you're right in all that you say
And everything else that you do.
For if you go astray, there is someone to say
That "Nobody's stuck on you."
When election day comes then the boys are all right.
Politicians are always their friend;
At the polis they will stand with an outstretched hand,
And their money they freely will spend.
When election is over it's different then;
With voters, of course, they me through;
If you get into trouble then ask them for help.
There is "Nobody stuck on you." -Chorus.
How often a good, honest fellow will try
A very sweet lady to win.
And she wants to know just the size of his wealth
Before there's a chance to begin;
And all the world over you'll find it the same,
Exceptions are awfully few.
For wherever you go, if your dust you can't show
There's "Nobody stuck on you."