YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR HOUSE
(Words by Wm. Tracey / Music by Al Harriman, 1914)
On a street car Johnny met Marguerite Car was crowded
John let her have his seat They got friendly thought it was
great he got busy fixed up a date next night they were
planning some place to go where they could cuddle side
by side Johnny preferred the park where it was nice and
dark Margie just smiled and replied.
John felt nervous when she invited him those inducements
really delighted him still he didn't know what to do
thought it was too good to be true poor John had a feeling
around his heart just like he never had before made up his
mind to call he couldn't help but fall when she repeated once more.
You're always welcome at our house don't be a stranger
It's nice and cozy at our house and there's no danger of
someone looking when we steal a kiss and you can show me
how you love me and I'll introduce you to mother and dear old
daddy they'll be delighted if you'll only call and if it should be
stormy weather you and dad can sleep together come up any
time at all.