Page:College Songs (Waite, 1887).djvu/37
��• \ k -x — J* fr k
��whole bless • ed night, Faith,they couldn't stand up on their pins, Such an il • le - gant time at the
��^ 6 * ' L* — M — a» — 1^— t* ' — ' » '• ■
�� ��christenin' we had, Of Mc-Sorley 's most beauti -f ul twins.
���3 Whin the christenin' was over the company begun,
Wid good whiskey to fill up their shkins; And the neighbors kern in just to wish a good luck
To McSorley's most beautiful twins. Whin ould Mrs. Mullins had drank all her punch,
Faith, her legs wouldn't howld her at all ; She fell flat on her shtomach on top av the twins,
And they sot up a murtherin' shquall.
��Thin Mrs. McSorley jumped up in a rage,
And she threatened Mi68 Mullinses' life ; Says ould Denny Mullins, "I'll bate the firsht man
That'd dar lay a hand an me wife! " | grudge, The McOanns and the Geoghans, they had an ould
And Mag Murphy pitched into the Flynns ; They fought like the divil, turned over the bed,
And they shmothered the poor little twins.
��Jun - ior ! Oh, Jun - ior ! Poor
��boy ! Oh, see
��him sink -ingdown!
I* $ N ~
��His Ma 2. Once I
��sink • sink .
��^^J^^ SEEgJF^ff^ fl
��down ; down :
��She smiles up - on a sopho-more slim, That's why I mourned and mourned till I got through, All thro'
��he's sink - ing with sink - ing
��3 Oh, bless you. Junior ! you won't die 1 Just keep on sinking down,
You'll come to hard pan by and by, Keep right on sinking down.
Oh, Junior! poor old boy ! etc.
��4 Oh, Junior! take him up and lay him down! For I'm the soph'more slim For whom the prettiest girl in town
Cru-el-ly jilted him. Oh, Junior ! poor old boy ! etc.
��Used by permiMlon.
��Copyright, mdccclxxxt, by Outix Ditsoi A Co,