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The SISTER of ROSIE O GRADY

William Thomas. Sherman at the keyboard

       

THE SISTER OF ROSIE O’GRADY     

(produced by Goldwyn, 1918)

Words by:

HANK H. WARREN

Music by:

S. R. HENRY

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Verse 1

Just around the corner ‘bout a block or two from me

Lives a blushing bride to be

And sure I am the chappie, she soon will make me happy;

Her family is famous as I know you’ll quite agree

Now I’ll have to confess, For you will never guess,

Who this charming miss can be:

 

Chorus 1

She’s the Sister of Rosie O’Grady, Sure it’s Maggie I mean

She was three when Rosie was twenty and now she’s seventeen

Saucy eyes that twinkle,

Such a pertish nose,

My steady lady is Maggie, sweet Maggie O’Grady

 

Verse 2

Rosie had a quiet manner, that’s not Maggie’s style,

Such a tantalizing smile

Sure the divil and all for this lassie would fall,

And a dozen lads were buzzin’ round my Maggie all the while,

But you bet I won out, And in two weeks about,

I’ll be marching down the aisle:

 

Chorus 2

With the Sister of Rosie O’Grady, Sure it’s Maggie I mean

She was three when Rosie was twenty and now she’s seventeen

Saucy eyes that twinkle,

Such a pertish nose,

My steady lady is Maggie, sweet Maggie O’Grady

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