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Songs about music, Songs with piano
VP_001236 Verse 1A singer comes out on the stage, And sings a song that's all the rage, Then asks the audience to join the chorus of the song; The folks out front think this is fine And sing the chorus line by line, The singer gets the credit, which I think is very wrong, This should be stopped, I vow, And I can tell you how; We'll take a vote and see if we can't stop this thing right now. Chorus 1Ev'ryone in favor say "aye"! In favor say "aye," in favor say "aye"! In this campaign just yell like Cain And we'll pile up the votes to the sky; Any one to the contrary, "No"! contrary, "No"! contrary, "No"! Let's show we're strong and all shout along with me, Aye! Aye! Aye! Verse 2One question I would like to ask And take you married men to task Are we to be the weaker sex and let the women rule? We ought to call their awful bluff About this suffragetic stuff, And show them mighty man cannot be turned in to a fool, Let's take one great big chance, And pass a law per chance, That man can stay out all 'night long And still retain his dignity
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Bayes, Nora; Norworth, Jack; and Keller, "Ev'ry One In Favor Say "Aye"" (1911). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 378.