American Old Time Song Lyrics: 46 Hurrah For The Girls In Bloomers

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 46

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Hurrah for the Girls in Bloomers.
Copyright, 1894, by The S. Brainard's Sons Co.
Words and Music by Arnold Somlyo.

They mount their wheels with readiness and grace; they're not a bit too shy;
You ought to see them fly; they trot and pace, and when they win a race,
The boys rejoice to see their choice come in first place;
For their wheels are of the very highest grade. the finest made;
They would not trade for anything you'd offer them, I'm sure;
No, no! no, no! they would not care to trade.

Refrain.
For they are the girls in bloomers, the queens of the road and the wheel;
oh! where is the man who said that he ran ahead of the girls in bloomers.
For they are the girls in bloomers, the queens of the road and the wheel;
Oh! where is the man who said that he run ahead of the girls in bloomers.

Their dress has charms that young and old admire-the mashers know it well,
Perhaps you've heard them tell. They say, with rupture, as they pass the wire,
The little flirts, in naughty skirts, they set our hearts afire
And the dudes, with collars high and turn-d-up pants, they watch their chance
To meet their glance; they watch their chances for a smile and glance,
A smile, a glance, but never get a chance.-Refrain.
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