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The Cat Came Back" is a comic song written by Harry S. Miller in 1893. It has since entered the folk tradition and been recorded under variations of the title-"But the Cat Came Back", "And the Cat Came Back", etc. It is also a popular children's song.
The Cat Came Back from Doc Williams (1955) (7''). More Albums by Doc Williams. To Be Used "As Instructed Through-Out The Book"Doc Williams. Doc Williams SingsDoc Williams. Freedom Monkey, Wildwood FlowerDoc Williams.
Now, Old Mister Johnson had troubles of his own He had a yellow cat who wouldn't leave his home; He tried and he tried to give the cat away He gave it to a man goin' far, far away. But the cat came back the very next day The cat came back, they thought he was a goner But the cat came back; he just couldn't stay away Give me a "Meow", go. Now, the man around the corner swore he'd kill the cat on sight So he loaded up his shotgun with nails and dynamite; He waited and he waited for the cat to come around Ninety seven pieces of the man is all that they found
The old man came to the door of the police car, smiled kindly, and said, 'Tell me, young man, how do you stop this car when the lights are red and I am not here ?' Why did the old man stop his. What did the old man do ? car ? How did the policemen feel. Yes, madam,' the shopkeeper said. I will be very pleased to do that for yo. Usually ladies looked at a lot of hats before they chose one, and the shopkeeper got very tired. Good', he thought, 'I will sell this hat very quickly-and it has been in my window for a very long time. Do you want it in a box, madam,' he asked, 'or will you wear it?'
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The Cat Came Back" was written by Harry S. Nowadays, people sing a version like the one just below. The original version by Harry S. Miller is lower down on the page. Old Mr. Johnson had troubles of his own He had a yellow cat which wouldn't leave his home; He tried and he tried to give the cat away, He gave it to a man goin' far, far away. Chorus) But the cat came back the very next day, The cat came back, they thought he was a goner But the cat came back; he just couldn't stay away. He gave it to a man going up in a balloon, Told him to give it to the man in the moon; Balloon cam down about ninety miles away, But where the man is today I cannot say.
The Song that Beats "McGinty. "THE CAT CAME BACK". HARRY S. MILLER, "I'm 17 To-day," "Not on Your Life, Says Dolan," "Keep Your Eye on Duffy," his latest big "Hit" being "HE'S GOT FEATHERS IN HIS HAT," "WHEN YOU'RE SINGLE," &c. 4. PUBLISHED BY WILL ROSSITER, The Popular Song Publisher, MAIN OFFICES, 56 FIFTH AV. CHICAGO. Branch, 377 Sixth Av. New York.
Adventures of the J120 The cat came back on Lake Ontario Canada.
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