American Old Time Song Lyrics: 53 Girlie Girl

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GIRLIE GIRL.
Copyright, 1896, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker.

Sallie.-I came to town In a little gingham gown,
Others - And wasn't she a sweet little girlie girl.
Sallie -I was so shy I would hardly wink an eye.
Others - Now wasn't she a prim little girlie girl.
Sallie - But soon I took on a different sort of look.
Others-Oh! wasn't she a quick little girlie girl.
Sallie -I bought new clothes, and a lot of silken hose.
Others -Now wasn't she a bold little girlie girl.
Sallie-oh! that's the way with little country girls,
When they come to the great big city:
Their modesty is strong, but it doesn't take 'em long
To sing another song-now. Isn't it a pity.
Others-Oh! that's the way with little country girls,
When they come to the great big city;
Their modesty is strong, hot it doesn't take 'em long
To sing another song-what a pity, pity, pity!

Sallie - One week ago you'd have called me very slow­Others-Oh! wasn't she a sweet little girlie girl!
Sallie -I thought it late if I went to bed at eight.
Others-Now wasn't she a dear little girlie girl!
Sallie.-But now I'm gay. I go right out to the play.
Others-Oh! isn't she a bad little girlie girl!
Sallie - I even think I could take a fizzy drink.
Others-Now wasn't she a hold little girlie girl.
Sallie - Oh! that's the way with little country girls,
When they come to the treat big city:
They wear a blushing face, but they soon get in the race.
And go the killing pace-now Isn't it a pity.
others.-Oh! that's the way with little country girls,
When they come to the great big city;
They wear a blushing face, but they soon get in the race.
And go the killing pace-what a pity, pity, pity.
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