Don't Stay After Ten
DESCRIPTION: "There is one thing I hate to say If ever you come again, To see me in my evening hours, You don't stay after ten." Last time he stayed late, and now her parents are on watch for the young man. Another mistake and it's over....
EARLIEST DATE: 1926 (Brown)
KEYWORDS: love courting family
FOUND IN: US(SE,So)
REFERENCES (3 citations):
Randolph 375, "Don't Stay After Ten" (1 text, 1 tune)
BrownIII 16, "Don't Stay After Ten" (2 texts)
Browne 83, "Don't Stay After Ten" (2 texts plus an excerpt and mention of 1 more, 1 tune)
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