American Old Time Song Lyrics: 32 Mary Ann Kehoe

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 32

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Copyright, 1878, by Thomas K. Towel's.

I have a daughter, Mary Ann, Mary Ann, my daughter,
She fell in love with hump-back Dan-Mary Ann Kehoe;
She'll not work at all, at all, Mary Ann, my daughter-
But flirts all day below in the hall- Mary Aim Kehoe.

Such sparking and larking,
Mary Ann, my daughter;
Faith! all day in the hallway,
Mary Ann Kelioe.-(Repeat.)
Ho, ho, ha, ha! Ough!

EVry morn, at break of day, Mary Ann, my daughter,
She rises up for to drink her day. Mary Ann Kehoe;
Summer day, when it's very hot, Mary Ann, my daughter,
She goes to sleep on the children's cot, Mary Ann Kehoe.

Such roaring and snoring,
Mary Ann, my daughter;
I'm crazy, she's lazy,
Mary Ann Kehoe.-(Repeat.)
Ho, ho, ha, ha! Ough!

Ev'ry night, when supper is done, Mary Ann, my daughter.
In the yard she meets Burke's blackguard son, Mary Ann Kehoe;
Red-headed Burke's an accordion player, Mary Ann, my daughter,
And they dance to the tune of "Slobbery Days," Mary Ann Kehoe.

Such reeling and spelling,
Mary Ann, my daughter.
With a hop, skip, and a do dip,
Mary Ann Kehoe.-(Repeat.)
Do, ho, ha, ha! Ough!
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