Mary Pickford (Used to Eat Roses)
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Verse 1
Mary Pickford used to eat roses
Thought that they'd make her beautiful and they did,
One supposes.
Verse 2
Douglas Fairbanks, he was so handsome,
He wore a moustache,
Must-a had much cash, too,
Worth a king's ransom,
Verse 3
Charlie Chaplin, he was invited,
When these artists became united.
When these artists became united.
Verse 4
David Griffith worked as an extra,
Then as a stagehand,
Until they let him be
A director
Verse 5
Dave was brave, a mover and shaker,
A true pioneer,
He seemed to show no fear,
A real film maker
Verse 6
Just like Chaplin, he was invited,
When these artists became united.
When these artists became united.
Verse 7
They tied the knot together,
Groom and bride couldn't hide their pleasure.
They tried to pick fair weather,
But love died, didn't last forever.
Verse 8
Mary Pickford used to eat roses,
Thought that they'd make her beautiful and they did,
One supposes.
Verse 9
Douglas Fairbanks, he was so handsome,
He wore a moustache,
Must-a had much cash too,
Worth a king's ransom.
Verse 10
Charlie Chaplin, he was invited,
When these artists became united.
When these artists became united.
When these artists became united

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Copyright: PADDY MCALOON



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