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OLD TIMER (Michael Carr, Lou Ilda) As recorded by: Geraldo & His Accordion Band Vocal Trio Recorded February 1935 Old Timer, On the banks of the old forty-niner You keep singing a song While we’re jogging along That this new world is wrong Old Timer Old Timer, Though they call you a grouch and a whiner I’d give all of my dough For the things that you know ‘Cos you’re sure, but you’re slow Old Timer Though the lady that you loved has gone before you All the children that she left behind adore you Old Timer Though the stock of today could be finer When you reach journey’s end No harsh words to offend They will miss you, old friend Old Timer. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - August 2013)

    


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