American Old Time Song Lyrics: 14 Is Maud In

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Copyright, 1880, by Will H. Kennedy.

That girl next door, her name is Maud,
She's such a perfect daisy;
With beaux and sweethearts by the score,
They almost drive me crazy.
From dusk to dark they climb upon the stoop,
They swarm along the areaway;
When the bell rings then you'll hear these words:
Is Maud in? No! good-day!

Is Maud in? is Maud in?
That's what they cry and shout;
Is Maud in? is Maud in?
But, no! she's always out.
Her aunt will answer with a frown.
To scare them all away,
Is Maud in? is Maud in?
Is Maud in? No! good-day!

Now Maud's a girl that never flirts,
I set my mind a-thinking;
And found that when a child at school
She never could stop winking.
The dudes would pass and think they had a mash,
To see her wink her eye that way;
The next night they call and loudly bawl:
Is Maud in? No! good-day!-Chorus.

I'm not a very wealthy man,
But still I'm fond of pleasure;
And Summer nights when I'm at home,
I like to take my leisure.
With pipe and glass I sit upon the stoop,
To while the sultry hours away;
But that girl next door she's such a bore-
Is Maud in? No! good-day!- Chorus.
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