LYRICS

1.  Old Grandma when the west was new
She wore hoop skirts and bustles too
When infants came and times got bad,
She stuck right on to old Grandad.
 
 
2.  She worked hard seven days a week
To keep Grandad well-fed and sleek
Twenty-one children came to bless
Their happy home in the wilderness.
 
 
3.  Twenty-one boys, oh, how they grew!
Big and strong, on bacon, too
They slept on the floor with the sheep and the goats
And they hunted in the woods in their oilskin coats.
 
 
4.  Twenty-one necks grandma would scrub
Twenty-one shirts in the old washtub
Twenty-one meals three times a day –
It’s no wonder Grandma’s hair turned grey.
 
 
5.  And what she did was quite all right,
She worked all day and slept all night
But young folk now are the other way
They’re up all night and they sleep all day.
 
 
6.  Old Grandma when the west was new
She wore hoop skirts and bustles too
When infants came and times got bad,
She stuck right on to old Grandad.

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