American Old Time Song Lyrics: 44 The Bicycle Girl

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 44

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Copyright 1894, by Wm. Hogan.
Words and Music by Wm. Hogan.

Of all the girls sweet that I've met on the street,
And thousands of them I have seen,
With beauty so rare and bright golden hair,
The bicycle girl is the queen.
Those dear little creatures with rosy-hued features,
Will set a man's brain in a whirl,
If he stand on the grass and watch them fly past,
That lovely, sweet bicycle girl.

On the boulevard grand, with cycle in hand,
They take a short spin every day,
In couples and groups, wearing gay riding suits,
They pass everything on the way.
There is no use denying the gents are all sighing
For a chance in that gay dizzy whirl,
By the side of her sweet, who rides graceful and neat,
That lovely, sweet bicycle girl.

In the morn, for a lark, thro' meadow and park,
On her nickelplate safety she rides,
Sometimes with a gent, on pleasure she's bent,
As over the highway she glides.
So show me the man throughout the whole land
Who would not enjoy such a whirl,
From start to the finish, with love undiminished,
For the lovely, sweet bicycle girl.

There's a sweet little lass, who rides in our class,
The sweetest dear girl in the land,
And in marriage, you Bee, she has promised to me
Her delicate, lily-white band.
With this beauty of ours, wearing sweetest of flowers,
Off to the church we will whirl;
Down the pathway of life, with her for a wife,
I'll ride with my bicycle girl.
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