I Owe Ten Dollars to O'Grady

DESCRIPTION: "My coat was getting shabby, my pants were just as bad," so the singer visits the tailor O'Grady -- and fails to pay: "I owe ten dollars to O'Grady, and you'd think he had a mortgage on my life." The singer beats O'Grady when the tailor arrives to collect
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1927 (Finger)
KEYWORDS: clothes hardtimes money fight
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Finger, p. 52, "I Owe Ten Dollars to O'Grady" (1 text)
Roud #8831
File: Fing052

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