TWO KIDLETS UP TO DATE.
Copyright, 1897, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words by Harry B. Smith Music by Ludwig Englander.
Behold in us two kidlets up to date, up to date,
Our parents think that we are simply "great" simply "great!"
We're in for ev'ry kind kind of lark, we don't feel scary in the dark,
And when we drive in Central Park we strike a speedy gait,
We do, we do, we strike a speedy gate!
Then it's hi! hi! hoop-la! pedestrians, look out!
Clear the way! clear, I say! we crack our whips and shout.
Crick, crack, hoop-la! we haven't time to stop;
Hit there, bey! get out of the way, or something going to drop!
Our pa and ma declare that we're so bright, oh, so bright!
We're dear, swell kids, who dress just "out of sight," out of sight!"
Altho' we are so young and new, we really know a thing or two,
In fact we know a lot, we do; yes, we're all right, all right;
We are we are; yes, we're all right, all right!- Chorus.