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The thieves and the rooster [cont.]; The crow and the raven.

The zither player [cont.]; The thieves and the rooster.

Terrible Standall, an Irish Rapparee, and Ferdinando Dreadnought, a Swiss officer

They're after me

They're after me

They're after me

They're after me

When you wink the other eye

When you wink the other eye

The horse car fiend

The horse car fiend

The horse car fiend

The horse car fiend

The horse car fiend

The horse car fiend

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

And her golden hair was hanging down her back

Excuse me

Excuse me

Excuse me

Excuse me

You play policeman, [I'll play the thief]

You play policeman, [I'll play the thief]

You play policeman, [I'll play the thief]

You play policeman, [I'll play the thief]

Excuse me

Excuse me

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

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

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

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

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