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Any Ice Today, Lady? (A Collegiate Razz-Berry)

    (Pat Ballard)

Transcribed from vocals by Poley McClintock and other members of Fred Waring's Orchestra, recorded 6/2/26;
From Fred Waring, Volume 1: The Collegiate Years; Old Masters, MB126 .

[Shouted]: Ice? Any ice?

Any ice today, lady?
It's nice today, lady;
How about a piece of ice today?
Oh, it's only a quarter,
You know that you oughter
Hurry up before it melts away!
Yes, ma'am, yes, ma'am,
Not on your linoleum;
No, ma'am, no, ma'am,
Giddy-up, Napoleon!
Your pop is a nice man,
And so's your old iceman,
Oh, lady, be good to me!

Any ice today, lady?
It's nice today, lady;
How about a piece of ice today?
Tell me why you don't order
Some Eskimo water,
Though your credit's good, I wish you'd pay!
Yes, ma'am, yes, ma'am,
I'll give you a premium;
No, ma'am, no, ma'am,
Not enriched uranium;
I feel so silly;
I'll hand you a lily,
Oh, lady, be good to me!

[Shouted]: Any ice? Any ice? Ice!



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Published 5/31/02.

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