I Can't Change It

DESCRIPTION: "One day I got a present from my old and faithful dad" -- a gold piece which proves bad He tries to be rid of it, but he can't get (ex)change it. His wife turns out to have a wooden leg; he can't change her. She has four daughters; he can't change them
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1927 (Finger)
KEYWORDS: humorous gift father marriage wife disguise money children
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Finger, pp. 72-74, "(no title)" (1 text, t tune)
Roud #8828
NOTES: Apparently this was intended to be funny. If the author had stopped with the first verse, it might have been. The rest is just prejudiced. - RBW
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File: Fing072

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