ALADDIN

ALADDIN
ALADDIN
Song
Sigmund Romberg
Harold Atteridge
G. Schirmer
Show of Wonders, A Musical Extravaganza
P. VanBuren

Mister Aladdin lived so long ago,
He was a wondrous man;
Oh, ev’ry wish of his came true, You know,
He had the greatest plan;
This boy, Aladdin, had a lamp and a ring,
And when he used them both,
Good luck seemed to cling;
For he could make a wish for any old thing
And the lamp then his wish would bring.

CHORUS:
Oh, Aladdin, If I had your lamp,
I would be a scamp,
Oh, Aladdin, I’d be wishing for
Girls who would adore!
I would make a wish
For the skirts to swish
Always all around me;
I would order all the girlies to surround me.
Oh, Aladdin, if your lamp I’d own,
I’d not be alone,
Oh, Aladdin, with your lamp I could shine;
Oh, gold and riches, first I’d choose them,
Then the girls, I’d never lose them,
If just that lamp of Aladdin were mine!

ALADDIN