Tell me pretty maiden

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Tell me pretty maiden
FROM THE MUSICAL COMEDY
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WORDS AND MUSIC
BY
LESLIE STUART
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Tell Me Pretty Maiden.
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English Girls and Clerks.
By LESLIE STUART.
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(MEN.) Tell me, pret - ty maid - en, Are there
(GIRLS.) Ten me, gen- tle stran-ger Are there
few,
few,
kind sir,
sweet maid
(GIRLS.) There are a
(MEN.) There are a
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a- ny more at home like you?
a - ny more at home like you?
But
And
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sim-ple girls,
bet - ter boys
and
you
pro -per too.
nev-er knew
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Kind sir, their
Dear maid they
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man-ners are per - fee - tion,
flirt with girls too free - ly And it's
op - po- site.
not the same
girl
me, maid-en, what the
me, tell me what these fel
of mine.
girl twice.
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my most par- tic- u - lar friend
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don't want to know them if you will do the flirt-ing.
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would you tell me what I ought
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love
love
some
some
one,
one,
Yes,
Yes,
Then
Then
why
why
not
not
me?
me?
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must
love
love
some
some
one, real - ly
one, real - ly
And
And
it
it
mig-ht
might
as well
as well
be
be
you!
you!
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ANNIE
WHISPER TO ME
ANNIE DEAR
LOl'WANNA
THE STUDENT PRINCE
ARTISTS AND MODELS OF 1924
TOllORRO\\'" S ANOTHER DAY
BLUSHING BRIDE
BAD UTTLE ROY AND GOOD
LITTLE GIRL
JILl"SHING BRIDE
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DANCING GIRL
l'l' IlDLE ME AS WE DAN CE
~~~A~'EPAGO l'AGO
\\'HY
THE DREAM GIRL
ALL YEAH AROl' NI>
THE BROAD HIGHWAY
MY MARYLAND
HOY!< IN GRAY
)JOTHEU
KERENADE
:S'l 'UDENTS MAR!'ll SONG (LET ' S
ALL m; GAY TIOYS)
YOL'U LAND AND MY LAND
YOl"H LAND AND MY LAND
( New Patriotic Version)
DON"f LET A.'\"YBODY VAMP
YOl' R MAN
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A LITTLE DREA)I THAT I,OST
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TWO LITTLE LOVE BIRDS
\\'HEN TIIE C'AT "S AWAY
THE MAGIC MELODY
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GIANINA
J,JJ'S I Lil'S I LIPS!
LITTLE C'HURl'H AROUND THE
DAN CE
THREE'S A
YOU KNOW AND I KNOW
LADY FAIR
LET ' S HAVE A LOVF: AFFAIR
THE LADY IN ERMINE
\\' HEX Hl>ARTS ARE YOCNG
MY PRINCESS
TO THE SOUTH
I'M A DAUGHTER OF PERU
MY LAST LOVE
~;;..:1:~~ALOVE
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OF LOVE
THERE <'AN ONJ,Y BE ONLY ONE
FOR ME
YOUR ROSE
Yorn S~llLES , YOUR TEARS
PASSING SHOW OF 1918
DRESS, DRESS. DRESS
I Rf; ALJ,Y CAN'T MAKE MY FEET
BEHAVE
)!Y BABY-TALK LADY
OH YOU VAMPIRE GIRLS
p~~S~N~o!~~~A~Fw~~:: YOU
KISH Bl'RGLAR
SO LONG SING SONG
MAID IN AMERICA
PASSING SHOW OF 1923
DIANA
GARDE1' OF PARADIRE
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ONLY FOR YO U
SISTER Sl!SIE ' R STARTED
SYNC'OPATION
MARJORIE
FORTY - SEC'OND STREET MOON
MY TWILIGHT ROSE
POMPADOl'R
TONIGHT MAY NEVER COME
Jl' ST WE 'l'WO
MAY I C'OME TO 8EE YOl' DEAR
TONIGH'r
HUSSAR ' S MARC'H
WEST POINT SONG
WHY MUST WE ALWAYS BE
DREAMING
8<ll' AH FARM
T\VO~~o~~~CPANY
YOL' AllE MY \\'OMAN
YOrNG MAN IN LOVE
ROSALIE
NINA ROSA
l'A:\" )fAl'Y DO WITHOUT )1E ?
FAT PAT FATIMA
I LOVE TO GO SWIMMIN ' WITH
GJ\'E m ; A ROLL ON A DRU M
I ' D \\'RITE A SONG
IN MY GARDEN
)!ELODY
NEVER HAD AN EDVCATION
IN HEIDELBERG
Yoi.i~~~~N THE
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A ROYAL PRETENDER
I DARE NOT LOVE YOU
MARIONETTES
ONLY ONE
WHAT DO I CARE
SPRINGTIME OF YOUTH
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A DOLL
PRETTY POLLY
STARLIGHT OF HOPE
THERE MAY BLOOM A ROSE FOR
ME
YOl'TH AND SPRING
HERE WE ARE
I BRING A LOVE SONG
I'M LONELY
JA JA JA (YES YES YES)
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BEAUTY
VIENNA
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SOME DAY
TELL ME CIGARETTE
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WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
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DEVIL
IN DISGUISE
FOR YOU
I'LL SAVE MY HEART
IN A BUNGALOW FOR TWO
THE POOR LITTLE RITZ GIRL
KEEPER OF THE IVORY KEYS
LAST WALTZ WITH YOU
LIKE A STAR IN THE NIGHT
)l!ST ON THE MIRROR
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THE RIGHT I.ITTLE GIRL
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SONG
MONTE CRISTO, JR.
FLUTTBUETllTEORNFLBYYE MY BROADWAY
IN YOl'
THEY ' RE ALL )iY TYPE
TRY HER OUT AT DANCES
WANTING YOU
WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES
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MY GOLDEN GIRL
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ME !
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ONE KISS
SOF1'LY AS IN A MORNING
SUNRISE
STOUTHEARTED MEN
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AIIE YOI' (,OVE
EAST WIND
I'D BE A FOOL
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LOUIE THE 14th
MELODY
EAST WIND
LOVER C0)1E BACK TO JllE
MARIANNE
J>EJ>P IN MY HEART, DEAR
UltlNKING SONG
GOLDEN DAYS
ARTISTS AND MODELS
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THE DESERT SONG
THE LADY IN ERMINE
LOUIE THE 14th
LOVE BIRDS
THE MAGIC MELODY
MARJORIE
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MY MARYLAND
THE NEW MOON
NINA ROSA
POOR LITTLE RITZ GIRL
PRINCESS FLAVIA
SPRINGTIME OF YOUTH
THE STUDENT PRINCE
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