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UPON THE TROLLEY LINE Lyrics: Vincent Bryan - Music: Leo Edwards (1905) Various (1.) When I wants a moonlight ride, And when my honey's by my side, Of all the rides I ever tried, I likes a trolley car for mine. I don't want no motor car, No birch canoe or gondola, For I can go just twice as far, Upon the trolley line. (2.) Can't afford no motor boats; I don't like mules or billy goats; A horse can eat a lot of oats; An auto has to pay a fine. Airships is too high for me, And yachts get shipwrecked out at sea, But I can spoon in luxury Upon the trolley line. (Contributed by Lou Rugani - The Music of the Stars - February 2010)

    


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