American Old Time Song Lyrics: 46 Trilby
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 46
Written by Leontine Stanneld.
Tune-"Old Dan Tucker."
A girl struck town the other day,
And some folks think she's rather gay;
But you can't drive that girl away,
For Trilby's come and come to stay.
Then out of the way, make room for Trilby;
Stand aside, make room for Trilby.
There never was a girl, nor will be,
In any way at all like Trilby.
She has a fool that's worth a frame,
And all her charms are sung in fame;
Sweetness is Trilby's other name,
Why can't all nice girls work that game?- Chorus.
Oh, Trilby is the latest fad,
And every one is Trilby-mad:
They've put dear Trilby in a show,
And where she'll land us I don't know.- chorus.