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VP_009680 Verse 1When a fellow meets a girlie who is shy, His poor heart goes pitter patter you know why, If she is lonesome if she is blue, Oh what a little loving will do, 'Think of all the kisses wasted ev'ry day, Just because some nice young fellow goes away I'd walk a thousand miles if I could just to do some poor girlie some good. Chorus 1Find me a girl who's lonely One little girl one only You know just the kind That I'd like to find Oh what I'd do for a girl who is blue, please Find me a girl who's weary Trying to find her dearie On my bended knees Mister Cupid please Find me a girlie who's blue. Verse 2Cupid owns a town where only lovers spoon, No one ever watches but the blushing moon, It's like an Eden free from all cares, it's like an orchard all full of pairs, No one ever goes there just to sigh and moan, No one ever could get in there all alone If I could meet the right lady right we'd go to spoontown this very night.
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Meyer, George W and Lewis, Sam M, "Find Me A Girl" (1912). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 2950.