THIS IS UNEXPECTED.
Copyright, MDCCCXCV, by Henry J. Wehman.
Words and Music by Harry S. Miller.
The other night, to my delight, my friend says, won't you come
Along with me, two girs to to see, and have a good night's fun;
Just down the street, and there we'll meet these darling girls so gay;
Now don't say no, but come and go-so, of course, I had to say:
This is unexpected, it's really unexpected,
For Jack, my friend, was never known to take to girls before;
Gayly I reflected, his offer I accepted,
And this surprise to me, indeed, was really unexpected.
Soon my friend introduced me then unto each darling Miss,
And to a chair I led one where we'd talk in perfect bliss,
But soon she said, I'm 'most afraid you want to kiss me, sir;
Oh, no, says I-well won't you try-so, of course, I said to her:
This is unexpected, It's really unexpected;
For such a girl as she, indeed, I never met before;
Gayly I reflected, her offer was accepted;
She didn't seem to mind it much when she got what she expected.
The evening passed with many a glass, and numerous other things;
The girls drank port, we'd lots of sport, the darling little things;
Then midst nor fun, papa had come home from his lodge quite gay,
Then through the door we went, both sore, which made us swear and say:
This is unexpected, wholly unexpected,
For Jack and I we got it where we ne'er got it before;
Sadly I reflected, we never once expected
That dad was up and out so late, then come home unexpected.