American Old Time Song Lyrics: 45 Little Kitty Little
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 45
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.