Saturday, March 28, 2009

So Long Ago (Izabella)

SO LONG AGO



1. In the eyes of Izabella

any man was good as gold.

That precisely meant a fellow

could be sized for lies he told.



Shiny, sticky, stiff and old.

Always right, and often cold.


Bye - so long, so long ago!



Hey nonny nonny, hey nonny nonny no

Fol de rol and fol de roodle

Wotcher cock and howdy doodle

There lived a lass and also lackaday

Men were decievers, or so they say...



2. In the days of Izabella

girls believed what they were told.

Women's ways were not Cruella's
.
Ladies shouldn't be so bold!



Fluffy, feeble, fair and old.

Always wrong, but seldom cold.


Bye - so long, so long ago!




copyright 2007 Barry Booth & Maria Ljungdahl

Sheet music for this song can be purchased and printed online from a score page at Barry Booth's composer home page at SibeliusMusic.com. A simple demo version can be heard at Myspace.

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