Good-Bye Liza Jane

A.W. AUNER, SONG PUBLISHER & PRINTER, Tenth and Race Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.

GOOD-BYE LIZA JANE.

The time has come, I must go
I must play on the old banjo,
Walk dad Lew. Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he! hear me now,
The time has come, I do declare,
I want a lock of my girl’s hair.
Walk dad Lew. Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he! hear me now.

I’m going away to leave you, good bye, good bye,
I’m going to leave you, good bye, Liza Jane;
I’m going away to leave you, I’m going down to Lynch-
[burg town,
If you get there before I do, it’s good-bye Liza Jane.

Behind the hen-house on my knees,
I thought I heard a chicken sneeze,
Walk dad Lew. Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he! hear me now,
‘T was nothing but a rooster saying his prayers,
And giving out a hymn, Such a getting up stairs.
Walk dad Lew, Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he! hear me now,
I’m going away, &c.

Chickens and hens have gone to roost,
A hawk flew down and bit an old goose,
Walk dad Lew. Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he! hear me now’
Bit a young duck in the middle of the back,
Make the old drake go quack, quack, quack,
Walk dad Lew, Oh Mister Lew,
Ehe! Ehe! he hear me now.
I’m going away, &c.

A. W. AUNER’S CARD JOB PRINTING ROOMS Tenth and Race Sts. Philadelphia, Pa.

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