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Author/Artist/Singer: Berlin Irving
Music Title/Track: Call Again! (17 Jun 1912)
Theme ID: 19836
Album: N/A

[1st verse:]
Charlie Brown caught in the rain
Stopped to call on Mary Jane
Knocked upon the door and then explained, "I've got
No umbrella, help a fellow"
"Come right in," said Mary Jane
Charlie did and when the rain
Stopped outside, he softly cried, "Goodbye, I can't remain
I thank you much," he sighed
And Mary Jane replied

Call again, you're welcome as the flowers in the springtime
Anytime it showers and it rains like sin
Come right in
Sit down on my lap and cure your rheumatism
I'll be up until the early hours
Honey, maybe after then
I'll tell you the rest of the tale I didn't finish
When you call again

[2nd verse:]
Charlie married Mary Jane
But at home he can't remain
Charlie got a job that only gets him home
Ev'ry summer, he's a drummer
After Charlie makes a heap
He comes home to take a peep
One night Charlie heard his wifey talking in her sleep
The name she called was Fred
And this is what she said

[2nd chorus:]
Call again, you're welcome as the flowers in the springtime
Anytime it showers and it rains like sin
Come right in
Sit down, hon', my husband won't be home till August
I'll be up until the early hours
Honey, maybe after then
I'll finish the song that my husband interrupted
When you call again

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