(Words by Earl C. Jones / Music by Wallie Herzer, 1912)
Oh my dear, don't you hear the latest music hit? Oh gee!
the orchestra is playing it. That is not a Rubenstein
composed in F Its a song from the pen of Mutt and Jeff. Let's
two step and dance in old Havana style Just act like you were
made of rubber, chile, Glide along the floor and slide your
feet a little bit, That's it.
Oh dear hon, won't you nestle to your lovie dove? Just rest
your little hand upon my glove; When I get to going 'round
the shiny floor, Babe, I'd just die to dance a little more. Oh,
my word I'm full of loving heart complaint, Just place your
tootsies where your papa's aint Then you start to swayin' to
the playin' of the band, That's grand!
Everybody two step and grab a girlie girl, Everybody two step
and do the twirly whirl, Shake your feet with all your might,
Everybody two step and two step right. If you want to two step
just like a Polar bear, Everybody does it, Nobody ought to
care; Everybody wiggle waggle Then you make a bow.
Everybody two step now.