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A PRETTY GOOD OLD WORLD!
Everybody Loves a Pretty Girl!
It's a pretty good old world, after
s' Isn't spring here and doesn't
1 spring promise green grass and shady
trees and pretty flowers and sweet
smelling fields and delightful morn-
ngs and pleasant evenings?
Ilk Don't you know many fine men
iwho look you straight m the eye and
IteHyou the truth7
1 aren t there thousands upon thou-
lfarids of happy, laughing children
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tandlove dogs and worship their dad
fl"1 And doesn't spring always bring
liack the birds and the butterflies and
Biy Surely you won't confess that you
aren't interested in pretty girls!
Why, the man who will say he
doesn't like to see a pretty, happy,
smiling girl, dressed in her spring or
summer clothes, and who just natur
ally makes love to everything in
sight young men, old men, the sky,
the earth, the water, the flowers, the
green grass, the trees, horses and
dogs and Everything Else such a
man is ready to die.
Sure it's a pretty good old world.
There is a black stain upon it just at
present, but that stain will serve its
purpose, and be washed away and
then the grass will be greener still,
and the flowers even more delightful,
and men more thoughtfully honest,
and girls still prettier, for as the
world recovers it will be very earnest,
Fare so old or so crusty that you
very tender BETTER.