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THE GRAND HOTEL Traditional There's a place in Vancouver you all know so well It's a place where they keep rot-gut whiskey to sell They also keep boarders and keep them like hell And the name of the place is the Grand Hotel. In the Grand Hotel when the loggers come in It's amusing to see the proprietor grin He knows they've got money, he'll soon have it all "Come on, boys, have a drink!" you will hear Tommy call. Oh, the bartender laughs as the money rolls in They drink beer and whiskey, champagne, rum and gin Till they all get so boozy they can't drink no more And the loggers lay scattered all over the floor. "Four bits for your bed, though you slept on the floor And the breakfast you missed, that will be four bits more And a four dollar meal ticket good at the bar And a pass back to camp on the old Cassiar." There's a place in Vancouver you all know so well It's a place where they keep rot-gut whiskey to sell They also keep boarders and keep them like hell And the name of the place is the Grand Hotel.

    


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