MY GIRL MOLLIE.
Copyright, 1896. by Kurt P. Hiraakorn.
Summer days are coming, school vacation's near;
A little girl so stunning lately has moved here.
Charlie, Tom and Ollie, saw her while at play;
There's my girl, says Charlie, pointing out that way.
There's my girl Mollie, playing with Dollie, moved in our street to-day;
Always so jolly, is my girl Mollie. always so free and gay;
She calls me Chollie, me tries to jolly, I let her have her way;
Ma says It's Oh! such folly, but then it's children's play.
Playing all together, boys and girls the same;
Each boy tries so clever Mollle's love to gain.
Jumping o'er each other, while she runs about,
Charlie he had won her, for you'd hear him shout:-Chorus.