Words by GEO. MAYLARD. Arranged by LOUIS BOEDECKER-
As Snng [sic] by J. K. EMMET, in "FRITZ."
Oh shust look at me now, I vos a mountain guide Und de ladies und de shentlemen in me dey do confide, Dey do confide, Und ven de strangers come to town To climb de mountain top; Ven dey don't go mit me Up on de road dey shtop, Und de ladies got so fraid Dat de gentlemens leave dem behind. Behind, Behind, De gentlemens leave dem behind.
Chorus: - Climb up, climb up, climb up de mountain high, De ladies are fond of fun, Und never go back on me, Climb up, climb up, Climb up de mountain high Dey like de fun und never go back on me.
Und ven de ladies climb, I help dem up so nice Und ven we reach de mountain top I always try de ice, I try de ice, Und when de trav'lers most tired out, I sing und make some fun, Und ven ve reache'd de chalet; I fire de great big gun, Und de echo you will hear like de break of a thunder storm, Dats so, dats so, Like de break of a thunder storm.
Wm. J. Schmidt, 360 Mulberry Street. Baltimore. Publisher of American, English, Irish, Dutch, Negro, Sailor, Soldier, Comic, Humorous, College, Sentimental, Social and Religious Choice Selected Songs.
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