|Title||"Give Me A Spin in Your Mitchell, Bill", 1909|
|Object Name||Music, Sheet|
|Caption||Give Me A Spin In Your Mitchell, Bill|
|Scope & Content||
Sheet music: "Give Me A Spin In Your Mitchell, Bill". Published 1909 by The Music House of Laemmle in Chicago. Composition of strophic with chorus with voice and piano instrumentation.
Author: C. P. McDonald (lyricist); J. W. Gilson (composer).
Billy Maloney loved Maggie Mahoney,
A sqeezable, pleasable pearl,
Maggie was sighable,
And a most eyeable girl.
Nightly she'd meet him brightly she'd greet him
And smile in her cute little way.
He'd say, "Shall we go, dear,
and take in the show, dear?"
And she'd answer, "No dear,"and say:
Give me a spin in your Mitchell, Bill,
My goodness gracious!
I can't keep still,
Buzz me along on the boulevard,
Let 'er go, Willie boy, good and hard,
Throw it wide open, I'll hold on tight,
I don't care a fudge if my hair's a fright,
There's nothing that gives me such a keen delight
As a spin in your Mitchell, Bill.
Gee this is jolly,
look out for the trolly,
There, Willie, oo golly, that's near,
Mercy, don't blow up Bill,
you'd better slow up Bill,
That copper's watching us dear.
Chugging and churring,
in moonlight and whirring
Along at a merry old clip.
"Ain't it delightful?
although the speed's frightful,
Don't mind, Bill, just let 'er rip."
Courtship & love
|Other Creators||Gilson, J.W.|
|Year Range from||1909|
|Year Range to||1909|
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