Tommy, Do It Again


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

Tommy, Do It Again

My love does say when her I kiss,

And I like to hear her mention this,

Last Sunday night, as we were alone,
We sat in the parlor, and nobody home,
As I kissed her, she said in a pleasant tone,

I can’t refuse when she murmurs this way,

And if I did, she would surely say,

As I sat by her side, my arm ’round her waist,
I thought if I’d squeeze, she’d raise the whole place,
But she only said, as she looked in my face,

The more I’d squeeze, the more she’d say,

And remark, in such a pleasing way,

Soon on my breast her head she laid,
While ’round her waist, my arm it strayed,
The tighter I drew it, the more she said,

She said as I kissed her a sweet good-night,

And while we’re alone in the dim starlight,

Now you must know, so married we’ll be,
And a right good time we both will see,
Then she’ll never have to say to me,

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    19.5 cm x 11.5 cm
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