American Old Time Song Lyrics: 60 Would You Well In A Minute

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 60

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Would You? Well, in a Minute.
Copyright, 1898. by E. T. Paull.
Words and Music by Harry S. Miller.

If you met a pretty girl, one that set your head awhirl,
Would'nt you do your very best to win it?
If she'd slyly pass you by, wink her roguish little eye.
Would you? well, in a minute.

Yes, you would, "deed you would do 'most anything you could.
Just to say the little thing was really yours;
Wouldn't you? yes, you would, 'deed you would,
Don't tell me, I know you would,
Just to say that she were only yours, you know.

If you knew a little Miss, one that's never had a kiss,
one of the kind that wonders what is in it;
If she came to you, say now, kind of, well-I don't know how.
Would you? well, in a minute.- Chorus.

If a widow young and sweet met you smiling on the street.
And says to you, how glad-and then to dim It,
Begs your pardon, a mistake, but, of course, you're wide awake.
Would you? well. in a minute.- Chorus.

When a maiden, indiscreet, starts to cross a muddy street,
Really her skirts she raises to begin it:
And she stands just where she's at, kind of, I don't care a rap.
Would you? well, in a minute.- Chorus.

Now I'm not a selfish elf, if I do say so myself.
Dearly I love the boys that's really in it;
And there's lots of them for fair, should I say to him down there.
Would you? well, in a minute.-Chorus.
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