Andrew : one step-song / lyric by Al Bernard & Louis Weslyn music by Hal Dyson
Dyson, Hal, 1884-. “Andrew : one step-song / lyric by Al Bernard & Louis Weslyn music by Hal Dyson.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/32942. Accessed 17 Apr. 2021.
|Title||Andrew : one step-song / lyric by Al Bernard & Louis Weslyn music by Hal Dyson|
|Subject||Popular music -- 1921-1930|
|Description||For voice and piano|
|Cover illustrated by Politzer|
|Back cover: Excerpt of Read 'em and weep|
|"One step comedy song" -- Cover|
|Creator||Dyson, Hal, 1884-|
|Publisher||New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co.|
|Contributor||Bernard, Al, 1888-1949. Lyricist.|
|Weslyn, Louis. Lyricist.|
|Politzer, Irving, 1898-1971|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: Andrew Van Der Poodle from Holland came over|
|First line of chorus: Andrew he had a wonderful smile|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: Andrew Van Der Poodle,/From Holland came over/The land of Yankee Doodle called him from the Zuyder Zee./Andrew used his noodle,/And soon was in clover,/For Andy was a dandy and as handy as could be.
VERSE 02: Andrew Van Der Poodle,/He labored like fury/’Twas funny how the money stuck like honey to his clutch/He raked in the boodle,/Bootlegging a brew’ry,/And tho’ he was a Dutchman, still he never got in Dutch.
CHORUS 01: Andrew he had a wonderful smile/Andrew had such an innocent style,/And little Andrew beat other fellows a mile/Andrew he had a winning way that seemed to pay,/When Andrew say any girlies around,/You bet that Andrew was in the swim/He was shy, but oh my/No one knew the reason why,/But Andrew the girls to him
CHORUS 02: Andrew he has a wonderful smile/Homebrew served up in beautiful style/And little Andrew of money soon had a pile/Andrew got in a poker game that brought him fame./For Andrew looked mighty good to the gang/And little Andrew they meant to “clean,”/Each one there held two pair,/Just two queens was Andy’s share,/But Andrew another queen!
|Original Format||1 score (3 pages) 31 cm|