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She Was Poor But She Was Honest


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  1. Fezuru says:
    "She Was Poor but She Was Honest", sometimes known as "(It's the Same) the Whole World Over" or (more rarely) by other names, is a traditional seriocomic song or monologue. It is Roud Folk Song Index number The consensus is that it originated in .
  2. Mecage says:
    She was poor, but she was honest,Victim of the squire's whim:First he loved her, then he left her,And she lost her honest deneerbemetmucy.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co she ran away to London,For to hide her grief and shame;There she met another squire,And she lost her name deneerbemetmucy.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co her riding in her carriage,In the Park and all so gay:All the nibs and nobby personsCome to pass the time of deneerbemetmucy.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co the little.
  3. Shazahn says:
    songfacts ®. She was poor but she was honest. though she came from humble stock. And her honest heart was beating. Underneath her tattered frock. But the rich man saw her beauty. She knew not his base design. And he took her to a hotel. And bought her a small port wine.
  4. Zulkikus says:
    She was poor but she was honest, Though she came from 'umble stock, And her honest heart was beating Underneath her tattered frock. But the rich man saw her beauty, She knew not his base design, And he took her to a hotel And bought her a small port wine. It's the same the whole world over, It's the poor what gets the blame.
  5. Mikasar says:
    "She was poor, but she was honest", sometimes known as" all the world over or other names, is a traditional seriocomic song or monologue. This is a Rood folk song index number By all accounts, it originated in the late 19th century English music hall tradition.
  6. Malajin says:
    SHE WAS POOR, BUT SHE WAS HONEST (aka IT'S THE SAME THE WHOLE WORLD OVER) (Traditional - English Music Hall) Billy Bennett - She was poor, but she was honest Though she came from 'umble stock And an honest heart was beating Underneath her tattered frock 'Eedless of 'er Mother's warning Up to London she 'ad gone Yearning for the bright lights gleaming 'Eedless of temp .
  7. Yozshugami says:
    According to Ed Cray in the second edition of The Erotic Muse: American Bawdy Songs, "She Was Poor But She Was Honest" was originally "a bathetic lament, sung with tongue in cheek by English music hall singers" and probably dates from the latter half of the 19 th Century. There are numerous versions; when it crossed the Atlantic, it was adapted as a jibe at James Folsom.
  8. Voodoonris says:
    She Was Poor but She Was Honest: Nice, Naughty and Nourishing Songs of the London Music Hall and Pubs. Musician Derek Lamb (–) pays tribute to the English Music Hall tradition in this collection of 18 songs—parodies, ballads, and “colorful” pub songs. According to the liner notes, written by Lamb, Music Hall was introduced to London in the s and became the British working class’ .

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