seven old ladies lyrics – celtic folk

seven old ladies (supply first…seventh as you know them.)
the __first____ old lady was old mrs. mc minnis
she went inside to get rid of her guiness
she stood up before she had finished
and n*body knew she was there.

the _______ old lady was old mrs. draper
she used the toilet, but couldn’t find the paper
all she could find was a brick mason’s scr*per (appropriate
scream)
and n*body knew she was there.

the _______ old lady was old mrs. parted
she paid her penny, and inside she darted.
what a waste of a penny, for she only hola-cowa-cowa-cowa
n*body knew she was there.

the ______ old lady was chichester’s daughter
she went inside to get rid of some water,
and she stayed there so long that the rising tide caught her
and n*body knew she was there.

the _______ old lady was elizabeth humphrey
she went inside, and arranged herself comfy
when she tried to get up, ah she couldn’t get her b*m free
and n*body knew she was there.

the ______ old lady was old mrs. mason
the seat was too cold, so she used the basin
but that was the water that i washed me face in
cause i didn’t know she was there.

the _______ old lady was old mrs. bender
she went inside to adjust her suspender
and she got tangled up with a masculine gender
and n*body knew they were (i was) there.

/ celtic folk lyrics