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SHE WAS ONLY A POSTMASTER'S DAUGHTER Jevon / Dolphe / Wolfe / Gordon The Durium Dance Band (aka Roy Fox & his Band) rec Feb 7th 1933 She was only a postmaster's daughter, And I met her in The Strand; She gave me a glad optic, So I took that girl in hand! We cuddled in the darkness, And that baby wasn't stale, She was only a postmaster's daughter, But she knew how to handle a mail! She was only a scoutmaster's daughter, And we met in Seven dials; I was driving a nice two-seater, And she gave me some thrilling smiles! I whispered, "Like to drive her?", And she quickly jumped inside, She was only a scoutmaster's daughter, But couldn't that little girl guide! She was only a traffic cop's daughter, And we met upon a hill; She was willing, wild and wicked, And she gave me quite a thrill! We wandered o'er the meadows And she told me about her pop; She was only a traffic cop's daughter, But she couldn't get me to stop! She was only a magistrate's daughter, "Silence in the court!". Ten minutes in the darkness And I knew she was a sport! She was so very pleasing That I had to kiss that wench! She was only a magistrate's daughter, But she knew what to do on the bench! (Contributed by Peter Akers - November 2008)

    


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