American Old Time Song Lyrics: 17 Johnny, Get Your Hair Cut

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 17

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Johnny, Get Your Hair Cut.
Copyright, 1887, by J. Gib. Winner.

Over in the sands of Jersey,
Where the watermelons grow,
Dwells a youth who whistles ever
This one tune all he does know:

Johnny, get your hair cut, hair cut, hair cut,
Johnny, get your hair cut like a sport;
Johnny, get your hair cut, hair cut, hair cut,
Johnny, get your hair cut, your hair cut short.

Up in Manayunk the mill hands
Make the hills and valley ring,
When the long day's work is over.
As they travel home and sing:-Chorus.

On the banjo and the organ,
On the fiddle and the flute,
On the cornet and the kazoo,
Everybody tries to toot:-Chorus

Every cheap and five cent barber
Tries to make the business pay,
So his sign upon the shutter
To the crowd is made to say:-Chorus

Many folks are fond of music,
Some they like it not at all,
Get your gun if any neighbor
In your ear begins to squall:-Chorus

Now my song at last is ended,
Let me give you all a rest,
Nevermore to find me singing
This old tune we love the best:-Chorus.
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