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The Boy in the Boat

This song is by George Hannah and appears on the compilation Rude Dudes (2003).

Now, did you ever hear the story 'bout that boy in the boat
Don't wear no shoes or no overcoat
Broad told me that it happened like this
He love to dive and also to fish
He went roaming in that shallow boat
With his head hardly rising and his eyes hard to cope
Face is all wrinkled and his breath smells like soap
Talking about that boy in the boat

When you see two women walking hand in hand
Just look 'em over and try to understand
They'll go to these parties have their lights down low
Only those parties where women can go
You think I'm lying, just ask Tack Anne
Took many a broad from many a man
Face is still wrinkled and his breath smells like soap
Still talking about that boy in a boat

Ever since the year tooty-two
Lot of these dames girls have nothing to do
Uncle Sam started giving a fighting chance
Packed up all the men sent them off to France
Sent them over there those Germans to hunt
The women at home can try all that new stunts
The face is still wrinkled and his breath smells like soap
I'm talking about that boy in the boat

Recorded:

1930

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