Little Liza Jane

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Melody - Seq. by Jim Sheldon
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There's a house in Baltimore
Sixteen stories high
And every story in that house,
Was full of chicken pie.
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Oh Liza, poor girl
Oh Liza Jane
Oh Liza, poor girl
She died on the train.

2. I went up on the mountain,
To give my horn a blow.
And every girl in the countryside,
Said yonder comes my beau.
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3. When I was a little boy,
I liked to go in swimming;
Now I am a bigger boy,
I like to go with women.
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4. I wish I had a candy box,
To put my sweetheart in.
I'd take her out and kiss her twice,
And put her back again.
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5. One day I set a-courting,
A girl as dear as life,
When a woman she said to me,
Mr.Jones, how is your wife.
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