American Old Time Song Lyrics: 27 Hello John Maloney

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Copyright, 1890, by Harding Bros.
Words and Music by Joseph Flynn.

I'm a rale owld sport from Erin's Isle and a man ye's all know well,
A reg'lar lally-cooler too, and a Dublin, Jackeen swell;
I'm known at all the races, at the baseball ground I'm there,
And when the boys all see me this cry rings out thro' the air:

Hello, John Maloney. you're the man I want to see.
Shake hands. John Maloney, then come and dine with me,
I am really plazed I met ye, I never could forget ye,
For, by thunder, you're a wonder and the grand king bee.

Last Thursday night I took a walk to pass the time you see.
And soon beheld a lovely girl, who gaily winked at me,
I soon made her acquaintance, to a restaurant did go.
And ran right up against my darling wife and brother Joe.

Hello, John Maloney. you're the man I want to see.
Look out, John Maloney, then they made a dive for me.
They were really plazed " to meet me, but they licked and kicked and bate me,
And with tables, plates And ladles nearly murdered me.

One day about a month ago I went out on a spree.
And had a fight with Flannigan. we never could agree;
We rolled and kicked and struggled till the coppers, half-a-score.
They clubbed and dragged us to the jail, where I had been before.

Hello, John Maloney, you're the man I want to see,
Ten days, John Maloney. was the sentence he gave me;
He was really plazed to jail me, and I had no friend to ball me.
So, be gorry, to the quarry I was sent, you see.

I know a lovely servant girl in a mansion down the street.
And yesterday I went around this charmer for to meet;
I told her I was wealthy and my name was Arthur Brown,
When the milkman came, a friend of mine, And hollered like a clown:

Helio. John Maloney, you're the man I want to see,
Pay up, John Maloney ", forty cents you owe to me;
Then the girl she took a tumble, the poker she did fumble,
And she poked And bit and choked me till I could not see.
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