American Old Time Song Lyrics: 55 Mamzelle Marie

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MAM'ZELLE MARIE.
Copyright, 1897, by Alb. H. Fitz.
Words and Music by Alb. H. Fitx

Now of course you've seen Mies Olivette who came from gay "Paree";
And who captivated all New York with her kick of high degree;
Well, now she's not in it with a "star "that arrived the other day,
Mam'zelle Marie from gay "Paree" is a "hit" the people say.
Oh, her costumes are a dream, my boys, such gowns I never saw,
And such laces fine, a form divine, and diamonds by the score,
And her salary, too, is the highest paid, but the comes high, you see,
There's none so rare, there's none so fair as the beautiful Marie;
She is the idol of the chappies and they say
Oh, ain't she sweet, such dainty feet,
And she has come and won the town, the people My,
Mam'zelle Marie, from gay Paree.

Chorus.
She is just from gay "Paree,"
And to "frenchy" you can see, a trifle gay, the people My,
Such a winning way, you know, I can tell you she's not slow,
Mam'zelle Marie, from gay "Paree,"
Such a kick I've never seen.
Oh, my boys, she is a dream, a voice sublime, a form divine,
There' are others, I agree, hot there's only one for me,
'Tis Mam'zelle Marie, from gay Paree.

Now some people say this Mam'zelle gay who comes from Sunny France
Is so strikingly sensational in her captivating dance,
But the papers state she's simply great tho' creating lots of talk,
That she is by far the greatest "star" that ever struck New York,
And her frenchy songs are all the rage, And in her manner bland,
She tells them little stories which so well they understand,
And although she is a trifle gay they like her just the same,
For she, you see, is from gay "Paree." and you know she's not to blame;
She is the idol of the chappies and they say
Oh, ain't she sweet, such dainty feet.
And she has come and won the town, the people My,
Mam'zelle Marie, from gay Puree. - Chorus.
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