- Title:No One But Your Dear Old Dad / Come Back To Erin, Mona Darling
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I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad) (sometimes shortened to "I Want A Girl") is a popular song of 1911 composed by Harry Von Tilzer and with lyrics by William Dillon, which has become a barbershop quartet standard.
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If you found mistakes, please help us by correcting them. By the old mill stream there sit a couple old and gray, Though years have rolled away, their hearts are young today.
Dear Mr. Harrison, Jamie is coming back to school on Monday and my husband has asked me to explain the situation to you. Jamie has recovered from his bout of bronchitis now, but the doctor told us to keep him home for a few more days to be on the safe side. We hope he hasn't missed anything important since term began. We would like to ask you to watch over him for a while and not to let him take part in games or gymnastics for a week. An hour or so later the old man was making his way back home by the same route. To his astonishment he saw the same dirty little boy in precisely the same spot, crying just as bitterly as before. He went up to the boy and asked him if he had lost the tenpence he had given him as well. The little boy told him that actually he had not lost the second coin, but he still could not find his first tenpence.
Album Young Adult - EP. Wes Come Back Lyrics. I was so young I did not know What dear Wes meant to me He held me close Told me he chose To have me as his queen. But how I feed A love so strong A life so long with him I never knew Another soul To ever let me in. I let him go He begged me no A young girl, I felt free To leave my home To dance alone The world in front of me. Out on my own In my own show A rodeo for me Like those short skirts A dancing flare All the boys could se. .
|A||–American Quartet||No One But Your Dear Old Dad|
|B||–James Reed , James F. Harrison||Come Back To Erin, Mona Darling|