American Old Time Song Lyrics: 52 The Real Sort The Right Sort

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 52

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The Real Sort, the Right Sort.
Copyright, 1896, by Dave Marion & Co.
Words and Music by Dave Marlon.

We belong to a gang, and you can bet your life,
We're the real sort, the right sort:
There ain't one in the crowd who can boast of a wife­We're the real sort, the right sort.
We can stand for a joke, that's between you and me;
We never get home till the hour of three:
There ain't one in the crowd who has got a latch-key­We're the real sort, the right sort.

Chorus.
The real sort, the right sort, we're out upon a tear;
The real sort, the right sort, for expense we don't cure,
So come have a drink with me, my boys, it's easy for to see
The real sort, the right sort are out upon spree.

We're a jolly good crowd, and you want to belong
To the real sort, the right sort;
We're fond of a dance, and fond of a song,
We're the real sort, the right sort.
We've a style of our own that is hard to beat­We're known in each cafe that's here on the street,
And we always make love to each girl that we meet­We're the real sort, the right sort.-Chorus.
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