Mary Celestia Parler;
W. T. Dethero
April 13, 1955
Reel 223, Item 7
Good Evening, Friends (no title)
Good evening, friends, I'm glad to see
So many out tonight,
And for to amuse you all,
I'll try with all my might,
Some of you may be angry
At jokes I crack a few,
I'm going to tell you all tonight
What I think of some of you.
There is an old man sitting there,
He tries to cut a dash,
Although he has hair upon his face,
He supports a brown moustache,
A man with hair upon his lip
This world he must get through,
He's on the deadbeat all the time,
I don't think much of you.
There is a young man sitting there,
He looks so like a spark,
He flirts with all the girls in town,
He kisses them in the dark,
That coat you borrowed from a friend,
Of friends you have but few,
You owe to all the merchants in the town,
And I don't think much of you.
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