Luke's Medley

There once was a rich Maharaja from Macador
   Who had ten thousand camels and maybe more
He had rubies and pearls ... and the prettiest girls .. but
   He didn't know how to do the cha cha

And on that day, he went away
   you could hear the darkies singing

Shine on, shine on harvest moon up in the sky
   I ain't had no loving since January, February, June or July
No time, ain't no time to sing a lover's song
   so shine on shine on harvest moon .. for me and my girl

We were strolling along, down moonlight bay,
   You could hear the darkies singing, they seemed to say
you have stolen my heart, don't go away,
   As they sang that old sweet song on moonlight bay.

Abie, Abie, Abie my boy
   What are you waiting for now
You promised to marry some day in June
   It's never too late and it's never too soon
All the family, keep on asking me
   Vitch day, Vot day, I'm in the family way
Abie, Abie, Abie my boy, what are we waiting for now?

            ‘We're going to wait for the sunshine Nellie,
                When the clouds go drifting by,
            We’ll be so happy Nellie,
                In the sweet by-and-by...'

  I want some beer, just like the beer
  That pickled dear old Dad,
It was the beer, and the only beer
   That daddy ever had

Good old fashioned beer with lots of foam,
   it took six men to carry daddy home
I want some beer, 
   just like the beer that pickled dear old dad.

In Dublins fair city, where the girls are so pretty
   I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malon
As she wheeled her wheelbarrow
   Through streets broad and narrow

Singing .....

   oggie, oggie oggie ... Killers, Killers, Killers
   oggie, oggie oggie ... Killers, Killers, Killers
   oggie ... Killers  ... oggie ... Killers ... oggie ... Killers,
   oggie, oggie oggie ... Killers, Killers, Killers