DO ONE ANOTHER.
Copyright, 1895, by Louts H. Rose & Co.
Words by J. D. Hanlon. Music by Charles G. Whitcomb.
Now always do to others as you'd have them do to you,
Is a maxim which I followed when a boy;
My parents always taught me just the proper thing to do,
And they told me that I'd live a life of joy.
When I tried to earn a living in this wicked world of men,
Oh, my parents' careful teaching went astray;
I discovered, to my sorrow-yes, yes, time and time again,
That the golden rule was turned another way.
Be sure and do each other, is the maxim of to-day:
Just keep your eye on number one, no matter what they Bay.
It may not be the proper thing for anyone to do,
But always do the other man, or he'll do you.
I tried to use my neighbor in the only way I should,
But quickly found that method out of date.
I saw I was mistaken, he would do me if he could,
In a manner I am sorry to relate.
It was then I decided I would have to change my plan.
And I had to take advantage just the same.
I posed among the people as a would-be honest man:
Now, of course, you know the reason I exclaim:- Refrain