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OldPossum Lyr/Tune Req: Any Old Iron? (Harry Champion) (55* d) Tune Add: ANY OLD IRON? 23 Jun 03

T:Any Old Iron?
B:Bumper Book of Music Hall Songs, ed. Peter Foss, EMI Music Publishing Ltd 1988
C:Words and Music by Chas. Collins, E. A. Sheppard and Fred Terry
N:filename[ OLDIRON
[| c>B c>d c>B A>G | c>B c>d c4 | e>^d e>d e>d e>c |
w: Just a week or two a-go my|poor old Un-cle Bill,|Went and kick'd the buck-et and he|
d>e d>c A3 A | B>c d>B A>G G>A |
w: left me in his will. The|o-ther day I popp'd a-round to|
B>c d>B A3 A | A>B c>B A>B c>A | B>c d>B G4 |
w: see poor Aun-tie Jane, She|said "Your Unc-le Bill has left to|you a watch and chain."|
c2 c>c c4 | c>B c>d c4 | c>B c>d c>B A>G |
w: I put it on|right a-cross my vest,|Thought I look'd a dan-dy as it|
B>A B>c d4 | d>^c d>e d>=c B>A |
w: dan-gled on my chest.|Just to flash it off I star-ted|
B>A B>c d3 d | d>d d>d d>c B>A | d>c B>A G4 |
w: wal-king round a-bout, A|lot of kid-dies foll-ow'd me and|all be-gan to shout:|
|: c c c2 c4 | c c c2 c4 | e>e e>e d2 c2 | A2 c4 z2 | d2 d2 d4 |
w: "An-y old iron|an-y old iron|An-y an-y old, old i-ron?|You look neat|
d>c B>c d4 | d2 d2 d>e d>c | B>c d>B G4 | c2 c2 c4 |
w: talk a-bout a treat,|You look dap-per from your|nap-per to your feet.|Dress'd in style,|
c2 c2 c2 c>d | e2 e2 d2 c2 | B2 d4 e>d | c>A A>A A>B c>A |
w: brand new tile, And your|fath-er's old green|tie on, But I|would-n't give you tup-pence for your|
G2 E2 E2 G2 | c2 e4 c2 | d2 c4 z2 :|]
w: old watch chain, Old|i-ron old|i-ron?"|

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