American Old Time Song Lyrics: 59 Ma Jet Black Lady

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 59

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Copyright, 1897, by Consolidated Music Pub. Ass'n.
Written, Composed and Snug by Maud Raymond.

Talk about your gals so sweet promenading down the street.
Talk about your gals that cut a shine;
If you seen ma jet-black lady, you would say she was a baby,
And I'm proud to say that she is mine;
We've been keeping company just about a year, you see.
But the other day to her I said.
Gal I'll never love you stronger, what's de use of waiting longer.
Say the word and soon we will be wed.

Ma jet-black lady, ma dusky baby.
Of all de colored gals she Is the one for me,
I loves ma Sadie, tint keep it shady.
To-morrow I'll wed ma jet-black lady.

Just a simple colored gal, treat her kindly, guess I shall.
She is dearer than this world to me,
For I know she loves her honey, she ain't after all ma money.
And her heart is true as true can be;
We will have no mansion grand, finest jewels in the land,
Just a cot with roses 'round the door.
Just one little room with Sadie, den won't I be happy, maybe.
And dis coon will ask for nothing more.- Chorus.
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