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VP_007817 Verse 1It seems mighty queer, Ev'ry time you're near Something so strange Starts me a swaying First thing that I know, I am going to Oh, what a change honey suckles, Near a stream that laughs and chuckles. Bathed in golden sunshine, Stands the Honeymoon Inn. Chorus 1Life's always May there, For sweethearts who stray there, Away from the bustle and din. All days are gay there And no days are gray there When you're at the Honeymoon Inn. You live on bread and cheese and way about you I just can't feel gay without you Funny little something It starts me struggling What can it be? There's no use struggling Funny little something You've made a fool of me. Verse 2When you go away, Memries of you stay. Each little shrug Keeps on a struggling I know what I'll do Practise just like you In corners snug least attention; Kissing is a great invention Ev'ry body does it At the Honeymoon Inn.
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Kern, Jerome and Woolf, Edgar Allan, "Funny Little Something" (1918). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 2109.