Show Me The Way To  Go Home

All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor
(A.Mills and Bennett Scott)

Let's Have a Tiddley At The Milk Bar
(J. Gay)

Show Me The Way To Go Home
(Irving King)

Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me A Bow-wow!
(Vesta Victoria)

Fol-De-Rol-Lol
(George Lashwood)

Waiting at the Church
(Vesta Victoria)

Following in Father's Footsteps
(Vesta Tilley)

I do like to be beside the seaside
(Mark Sheridan)

Don’t dilly dally on the way
(Marie Lloyd)

She’s A Lassie From Lancashire
(Written and Composed by Murphy, Lipton and Neat)

Daisy Bell
(Written and Composed by Harry Dacre in 1892)

Show Me The Way To Go Home
(Written and Composed by Irving King )
I believe this song was first sung by Ella Sheilds( 1879 -1952), as she recorded it in 1925,the year of its publication :

F                          Bb
When I'm happy, when I'm happy
F                      C
Singing all the while
F                    Bb
I don't need nobody then
     F                                  C
To show ( tell?) me how to smile
F                                        Bb
When I've been out on the spree
F                            C
Toddling down the street
F                  Bb
With this little melody
F                C
Everyone I greet

F
Show me the way to go home
     Bb                               F
I'm tired and I want to go to bed
F
I had a little drink about an hour ago
             C
And it's gone right to my head
       F
No matter where I roam
             Bb
On land or sea or foam
                       F
You can(will ) always hear me singing this song
C                                    F
Show me the way to go home

Another verse:
Some folks say, eat more fruit, some say, eat more meat
Others say what's wrong with fish and how's your poor old feet?
I think it's a waste of time,you must with me agree
Everyone should sing more songs , so sing this one with me.

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