American Old Time Song Lyrics: 61 La Belle Parisienne

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LA BELLE PARISIENNE.
Copyright. 1897, by T. B. Harms & Co.
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker.

Ze American girl she walk like zis, in a haughty mannaire;
Ze lady from France she walk like zis. in a naughty mannaire;
Now which do you like the best, monsieur? now which do you like to seer
Ze haughty, proud American girl, or ze lady from gay Paree?
Ah! oh, La Belle Parislenne, she do capture all ze men,
Wiz ze naughty little way she have of walking;
When across ze street she go, she will lift her skirt, jes so!
Oh, no wonder zat she sets the gossips talking.
Ze American girl she dance like zis, in a haughty mannaire;
Ze lady from France she dance like zis, in a naughty mannaire;
Now which do you like the best, monsieur? now which do you like to see?
Ze haughty, proud American girl, or ze lady from gay Paree? ah!
Oh. La Belle Parislenne, she do capture all ze men,
Wlz ze naughty little way she have of dancing;
When across ze street she go, she will kick her skirt, Jes' so!
And her little kick it makes the dance entrancing.
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