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Lonesome Little Me (1910)

words by Leo J. Curley, music by James M. Fulton
Seems like all the girls are getting married,
Makes me just as blue as I can be,
Wish that I could get a fellow somehow,
It's funny no one wants to marry me,
We have a lovely sofa in our parlor,
And Dad's a cinch but still the boys won't call,
Ma says when she was young they came a plenty,
Some nights she thought she'd have to hire a hall,
I'm awful lonesome, lonesome, might as well be living in the moon,
No one calls around at night to cozy up and hold me tight, I'll be an old maid soon,
Gee how happy I could be kind of cuddled up on someone's knee,
Like to put the fellows wise, think I'll have to advertise, lonesome little me.

Lots of girls aint half so nice as I am,
Funny how they ever get a beau,
Dad just kids me something awful lately,
He kind of smiles and says I must be slow,
He says to get some salt and I might catch one,
And then he laughs till I could almost cry,
Next time I get a fellow on our sofa,
I'll snuggle up real close and then I'll sigh,
I'm awful lonesome, lonesome, might as well be living in the moon,
No one calls around at night to cozy up and hold me tight, I'll be an old maid soon,
Gee how happy I could be kind of cuddled up on someone's knee,
Like to put the fellows wise, think I'll have to advertise, lonesome little me.

compositions by James M. Fulton

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