American Old Time Song Lyrics: 57 Youre Welcome Whenever You Call
Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 57
You're Welcome Whenever You Call
Copyright, 1896, by Thos. H. Murray.
Words and Music by Thos. H. Murray.
An old friend of mine by the name of O'Brien
Has a house full of beautiful girls;
There's Sadie and Mate, sweet Irene and Kate,
Dear Mollie, all frizzes and curls;
I called with a friend, just a few hours to spend,
So we waltzed in the parlor and hall;
When going away, why the girls all did say,
You're welcome a whenever you call.
I know whene'er I go to visit the Missis O'Brien,
Each one just full of fun, give me a Jolly, good time;
If you should call there too, see that O'Brien gets a ball,
And the old man will say when you're going away,
You're welcome whenever you call.
On last Sunday night 'twas with joy and delight
That a lot of boys met there by chance:
It tickled O'Brien, he had looked for some time
To have a nice sociable dance:
We stood at the door in the morning at four,
Then O'Brien he invited us all
To come soon again, so you see it's quite plain,
You're welcome whenever you call.-Chorus.