My Good Old Man
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My Good Old Man







My Good Old Man (2)

"O Where are you going to my good old man?
O Where are you going?", and she called him her lamb.
"O Where are you going to my loving husband?
You're the best old man that's alive, alive.
You're the best old man that's alive."

spoken: Going to the ale-house, you old bitch.
sung: Alive alive alive, You're the best old man that's alive.

O Why are you going there, my good old man? etc.
spoken: Going to get drunk, you old queen! etc.

O, When will you come home again, my good old man? etc.
spoken: At night, you slut! etc.

What will you have for supper, my good old man? etc.
spoken: Three dozen eggs, you old whore! etc.

So many they will kill you, my good old man. etc.
spoken: Then I'll die, you old bitch!

O why are you so cross with me, my good old man? etc.
spoken: 'Cause you cuckold me, you slut! etc.

O who told you of it, my good old man? etc.
spoken: I peeped through the keyhole, you whore!

"I never did but once, my good old man
I never did but twice", and she called him her lamb.
"I never did but three times my loving husband" etc.
spoken: Then who was it with, you old bitch? etc.


"Once with the parson, my good old man
Twice with the clerk, and she called him her lamb.
"Three times with the sexton my loving husband" etc.
spoken: Then all the town will know it, you whore etc.

from Sedley, Seeds of Love
RG




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