LITTLE KITTY LITTLE.
Copyright, 1894, by The New York Music Co.
Words by Wm. H. Sloan. Music by Charles Graham.
Just out of town, there lives a maid, she's only five feet high;
A hundred pounds is all she weighs, she has a roughish eye;
She does not seem to care for books, bur knowing just the same.
She's really older than she looks, and Little is her name.
Little Kitty Little is a dainty belle, very swell, neat as well,
Just how old she really is, she will not tell;
"Pretty, witty, little Kitty Little, loves me just a little," all the boys will say,
She says, "Nay, nay," and has her wayShe's the cutest I have seen in many a day, pretty, witty, little Kitty Little.
Although she likes to flirt and dance with others now and then,
There's only one who has a chance her little self to gain.
But when we're married, so she says, "You'll have me to yourself."
With all her cunning whims and ways, I love this little elf.- chorus.