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" I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop, don't you speak — And you must not come here more than twice in the week, Or talk to me either at party or ball, But always be ready to come when I call ; So... "
The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity - Page 299
1858
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American ...

Charlotte Fiske Bates Rogé - American poetry - 1832 - 882 pages
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, " You know I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now, stop, don't you speak — And you must not conic here more than twice in the week. Or talk to me either at party or ball, But always be ready...
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NOTHING TO WEAR

William Allan B - 1857
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, "You know, I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...party or ball, But always be ready to come when I So don't prose to me about duty and stuff, If we don't break this off, there will be time enough For...
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Titan, Volume 27

English literature - 1858
...exclaimed as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, ' You know I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...to me about duty and stuff, If we don't break this oft", there will be time enough For that sort of thing ; but the bargain must be That, as long as I...
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Nothing to Wear: An Episode of City Life : from Harpers Weekly

William Allen Butler - American poetry - 1862 - 68 pages
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, " You know, I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...or ball, But always be ready to come when I call', 24 Nothing to Wear. So don't prose to me about duty and stuff, If we don't break this off, there will...
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CHRIST AND ADORNMENTS

REV.S.H.PLATT - 1867
...exclaimed as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, 'You know, I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now, stop,...ball, But always be ready to come when I call ; So, do n%t prose to me about duty and stuff, If we don't break this off, there will be time enough For...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts, Volumes 1-2

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - American poetry - 1868
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, " You know I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...this off, there will be time enough. For that sort of tiling ; but the bargain must be That as long as I choose, I am perfectly free, Fur this is a sort...
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Poems

William Allen Butler - American poetry - 1871 - 263 pages
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, " You know I 'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now, stop, don't you spetEk — And you must not come here more than twice in the week, Or talk to me either at party or...
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The Rival Collection of Prose and Poetry, for the Use of Schools, Colleges ...

Readers - 1872 - 504 pages
...exclaimed, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting me quite at my ease, " You know, I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...about duty and stuff, If we don't break this off, there'll be time enough 500 NOTHING TO WEAR. For that sort of thing ; but the bargain must be That,...
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The World of Wit and Humour, Volume 1

George Manville Fenn - Wit and humor - 1899 - 480 pages
...exclaim'd, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting mo quite at my ease, " You know I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop,...call ; So don't prose to me about duty and stuff; If wo don't break this off, there will be time enough For that sort of thing; hut the bargain must be...
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The World of Wit and Humour, Volume 1

George Manville Fenn - Wit and humor - 1899 - 480 pages
...exclaim'd, as a sort of parenthesis, And by way of putting mo quite at my ease, " You know I'm to polka as much as I please, And flirt when I like — now stop, don't you speak — And you must not come hero more than twice in the week, Or talk to me either at party or ball, But always be ready to come...
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