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It's my sister you want, not me

It's my sister you want, not me

It's my sister you want, not me

It's my sister you want, not me

It's my sister you want, not me

It's my sister you want, not me

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

I was once your wife

I was once your wife

I was once your wife

I was once your wife

I thought I heard some-body calling me

Kelly, the Carman

I thought I heard some-body calling me

Kelly, the Carman

Kelly, the Carman

Kelly, the Carman

Kelly, the Carman

I thought I heard some-body calling me

Kelly, the Carman

Kelly, the Carman

Kelly, the Carman

I thought I heard some-body calling me

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

The siren of the ballet

Which is brown?

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Which is brown?

I left because I love you

Which is brown?

Everybody in the place looked right at me

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I left because I love you

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I left because I love you

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I left because I love you

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I left because I love you

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Which is brown?

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I left because I love you

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Everybody in the place looked right at me

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Everybody in the place looked right at me

I must have been a dreamin' [I must a been a dreamin']

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Good bye booze!

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

The story the violets told

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

The story the violets told

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

The story the violets told

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

Good bye booze!

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

The story the violets told

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

The story the violets told

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

The story the violets told

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Good bye booze!

The story the violets told

The story the violets told

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear?

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Appearances dey seems to be against me or I must have been asleep

Good bye booze!

Good bye booze!

Good bye booze!

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