Mary Ann Kehoe

Music of this Song published byMrs. Pauline Lieder, No. 60 Chatham St. N.Y.Will be sent by mail, on receipt of price, 40 cents.

Mary Ann Kehoe

I have a daughter Mary Ann,
Mary Ann, my daughter;
She fell in love with hump-back Dan—
Mary Ann Kehoe.
She’ll not work at all, at all,
Mary Ann, my daughter;
But flirts all day below in the hall—
Mary Ann Kehoe.

Ev’ry morn at break of day,
Mary Ann, my daughter,
She rises up for to drink her tay,
Mary Ann Kehoe
Summer’s day when it’s very hot,
Mary Ann, my daughter,
She goes to sleep on the children’s cot,
Mary Ann Kehoe.

Every night when supper is done,
Mary Ann. my daughter,
In the ard she meets Burke’s blackguard son,
Mary Ann Kehoe;
Red-headed Burke’s an accordeon player.
Mary Ann, my daughter.
And they dance to the tune of “Slebbery Days,”
Mary Ann Kehoe

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