Billie Lou Ratliff For:
Mary C. Parler
Name of singer:
Mrs. Alice Martin
January 3, 1959
Reel 270 Item 7
LATHER AND SHAVE
In a little city not far from the spot There a shrewd barber put up a snug little shop He was silent and sad but his smile was so sweet He drawed everybody right in from the street With his lather and shave, lather and shave Frizzle and balm.
One day a poor Irishman was passing that way Whose beard had been growing for many a day He looked at the barber and sat down his hodge Will you give me a shave for the pure love of God With your lather and shave, lather and shave Frizzle and baum.
"Come in" said the barber, ”Sit down in this chair. I'll soon mow your beard right off to a hair And the lather being spread over Paddy’s big chin Then with his trust razor the barber begin With his lather and shave, lather and shave Frizzle and baum.
”Oh murder” said Paddy and ”’Vot you doin’
Leave off mit your tricks or my jaws you will ruin Oh, how would you like to be shaved mit a saw Mit the power you’ll pull every tooth in my jaw With your lather and shave, lather and shave Frizzle and baum.
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.