Download Full Text (1.1 MB)
VP_001395 Verse 1The fellow who hunts for a fight Most always can find it all right, But still just the same it's a mighty bad game, And it isn't exactly polite. I can't understand, why a chap who has any knowledge on top, Should ever get gay In that asinine way, For he ought to be wiped off the map. Chorus 1When you feel your angry passions rise, If the other fellow's twice your size, That's the time to hasten slowly And be very meek and lowly; You'll be very diplomatic if you're wise, When your temper would explode, don't let it, Otherwise perhaps you may regret it. It's the safest plan I think, To remark: "Let's have a drink And forget it! Forget it! Forget it!" It's the safest plan I think To remark: "Let's have a drink And forget it! Forget it!"
Rights and Access Note
Rights assessment remains the responsibility of the researcher. No known restrictions on publication. The organization that has made the Item available reasonably believes that the item is not restricted by copyright or related rights. If you believe this document to have been posted in error, contact Fogler Library Serials/Electronic Resources.
1 score (8 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
M. Witmark & Sons
Luders, Gustav and Pixley, Frank, "Forget It!" (1908). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 477.