American Old Time Song Lyrics: 41 She Would Be A Novelty

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SHE WOULD BE A NOVELTY.
Copyright, 1893, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words and Music by Joseph Hart.

If you should meet a pretty girl who never had been kissed,
She would be a novelty, she would be a novelty;
If a chance to eat ice cream she had ever missed,
She would be a novelty.
If she did not say, "I want a hat, or pair of shoes" ;
If she didn't come home from the neighbors with the news;
And if paint or powder on her cheeks she had never used,
She would he a novelty.

Chorus.
She would be a novelty, very hard to find;
She would he a novelty, the only one of her kind.
If, while walking 'round the town, you should say, "There goes Mrs. Brown,"
If she didn't turn to see what she had on, why, she would be a novelty.

If you should find a husband who never had a jag,
He would he a novelty, he would be a novelty;
If you've met a mother-in-law who did not need a gag,
She would be a novelty.
If dear hubby drank enough to float a great big boat,
Come home with a long red hair and chalk upon his coat,
If she did not scold when in his pocket she found a mash note,
She would be a novelty.

Chorus.
She would be a novelty, very hard to find;
She would be a novelty, the only one of her kind,
If she put him Straight to bed, wrapp'd a wet towel 'round his head,
And then didn't take ev'ry cent that he had, why, she would be a novelty.
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