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Victoria University College Capping Carnival, 1921. "Done to Death"

4. Duet. — Will Foo's Song

4. Duet.

Will Foo's Song.

Will Foo:
A Prince of the realm am I
Who has loved you for years on end,
Yet never you turn, O proud Kwei-Fei,
Or even once yet unbend.
For the peaches have bloomed a month ago,
And my love is overdue;
So do not depart in weal or woe
Until we have seen a picture show,
Where I might propose to you.

Sweet, chinky chink,
I love you, O so muchie.
Believe me when I say
Sweet chinky chink,
I get so very touchy
When things go another way.

Te Aro House—Gives Compensating Value.

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Te Aro House—For Ideal Draperies.

Sweet chinky chink,
How can you be a Dutchie
With lovers by [unclear: the score,]
For I fancied I was past love
Till I met you, O my last love;
And I love you as I've never loved before.

My Ma keeps this laundry clean,
For you see I'm her daughter fair;
But this much I know, and this I ween,
That the place is on the square,
And the money she makes is hers, not mine,
Tho' the fact is hard to bear.
I always noted that wealth's the sign
That what's not yours cannot be thine,
And you love wealth everywhere.

Chorus (repeat).