All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor

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)

All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor
(Written and Composed by A.Mills and Bennett Scott) " The Immaculate " Hetty King (1883 - 1972 ), well known as a male-impersonator, was the first to sing this song in 1905.

C            C7
All the nice girls love a sailor,
           F             Fdim  F
All the nice girls love a tar.
                   D7                        G7
Oh, there's something about a sailor,
                                             C
Well, you know what sailors are.
 

 C                                           C7
Bright and breezy, free and easy!
               F       Fdim        F
He's the ladies' pride and joy.
                 D7
He falls in love with Kate and Jane,
                       G7
And then he's off to sea again,
         C              F
Ship ahoy! Ship ahoy!

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