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GUEST,machree01 Lyr Req: Ladies in the Lavatory... (52* d) RE: Lyr Req: Ladies in the Lavatory... 12 Aug 08


These our the lyrics from the 45rpm that i have, Wolfe Tones singing it on 45 rpm, 1970—Dolphin DOS 59
Slievenamon/7 Old Ladies.

       7 Old Ladies

Well the first was the wife of the deacon in Dover
Though she was known as a bit of a rover
She liked it so much; well she thought she'd stay over,
And nobody new she was there.

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the second old lady miss estal Mortal
She jump through the window
Like a steeple chase hurdle,
But her big toe got caught, in the sim of her girdle
And nobody new they were there.

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the next old miss Jennifer Pin,
She only sat down, on a turtle win,
When somehow she got pinch't,
With the bowl and the rim
And nobody new she was there.

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the next old lady miss Penelope Humphrey,
Sat on the bowl and arranged herself comfy,
When she tried to get up, well she couldn't get her bum free.
And nobody new they were there.

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the next old lady her name it was Mason,
She couldn't get in, so she used the basin,
But that was the water that I wash me face in,
For I didn't now she was there

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the next old lady her name it was Baker,
She search high and low for to try find some paper,
But all she could find was a brick-layers scrapper,
And nobody new they were there.


And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.

Well the next old lady her name it was Margaret,
She put in her penny, in the silage she farted,
Oh what a waste, she only ******
And nobody new she was there.

And it's oh dear what can the matter be,
Seven old ladies got stuck in the lavatory,
They were there from Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody new they were there.


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