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Seven Old Ladies (Pete Stoney & Jimmy Flynn) tabs, MIDIs
See also: Seven Old Ladies (Oscar Brand)
And also: Seven Old Ladies (Joan Morrissey)
And also: Seven Old Ladies (Anchors Aweigh)
And also: Seven Old Ladies (Ryan's Fancy) (V)
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And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the first old lady was old Mrs Humphrey,
She only went in to make herself comfy;
But when she went to leave, she coultdn't get her bum free,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the next one in was old Mrs Draper,
She went in but she couldn't find the paper;
So she used a bricklayer's scraper,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the next old lady was old Mrs Flynn,
She only went in on a personal whim;
But somehow she got stuck 'tween the bowl and the rim,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the next one in was Mrs McArthur,
She needed to go, to the washroom she darted;
She paid a nickel but she only farted,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the next old lady was old Mrs Shuster,
She sat on the handle, she thought someone goosed her;
She said Oh, my dear, it don't feel like it used to,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

Well, the next old lady was old Mrs Mason,
She had to go, so she used the basin;
Seems that was the water that "he" washed his face in,
And nobody knew they were there...

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

The last old lady was Abigail Quimm,
Who crossed her legs on a personal whim;
But her thigh got caught twixt the bowl and the rim,
And nobody knew they were there.

And it's oh, dear, what can the matter be?
Seven old ladies got caught ( WHERE? ) IN THE LAVATORY;
They were there from a Sunday to Saturday,
Nobody knew they were there ... LA LA LA LA LA LA.

####.... Author unknown ....####
This variant by Pete Stoney and Jimmy Flynn.

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Notes On Tabs:
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[D] Oh, dear, what can the matter be?
[A] Seven old ladies got locked in the lavat'ry;
[D] They were there from Sunday till Saturday,
[A] Nobody knew they were [D] there.

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Alternate Tabs:

[G] Oh, dear, what can the matter be?
[D] Seven old ladies got locked in the lavat'ry;
[G] They were there from Sunday till Saturday,
[D7] Nobody knew they were [G] there.


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