Male Impersonator Costume from the English Music Halls, 1910
Male Impersonator Costume from the English Music Halls
Worn by Miss Hetty King, 1910
Lyrics to the Chorus of:
"I've Got The Time-, I've Got The Place-"
(But It's Hard To Find The Girl)
I've got the time-. I've got the place-.
Will someone kindly introduce me to the girl;
She needn't be so very pretty
I don't care much for a face.
And I don't give a jot if her petticoats
And things are trimmed with lace;
She may be tall-, she may be small-,
She---may be any-any-any-kind at all,
Gee! Ain't it mighty---funny,
When a fellow's got the money,
And the time-, and the place-,
But it's gosh darn hard to find the girl.
File:1910sRandombitsMusic1t.gifSheet Music for
"I've Got The Time-,
I've Got The Place-"
"Sloperia, etc." a c.1890 Young Man's scrap book of pictures of pretty girls from drawings and magazines 1885-1895Including Burlesque performers, sexy masquerade costumes, fashions and jokes from "Ally Sloper's Half Holiday", "Vogue" and more.
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