C'est a Paris Y-A-T'Une Noce (There's a Wedding in Paris)
DESCRIPTION: French. The young girl the singer married was at least 80 years old: married Monday, buried Tuesday. But he didn't marry her; he married her money. If he marries again it will be with a girl 15 years old.
EARLIEST DATE: 1961 (Peacock)
KEYWORDS: foreignlanguage age greed marriage burial death oldmaid wife money
FOUND IN: Canada(Newf)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Peacock, pp. 255-256, "C'est a Paris Y-A-T'Une Noce" (1 text, 1 tune)
Mme Josephine Costard, "C'est a Paris Y-A-T'Une Noce" (on PeacockCDROM) [one verse only]
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