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Jack Mahoney

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Words and Music by Jack Mahoney

Published by New-Mix Products. Inc. 11-West 45th St. New York City.

Copyright 1925, by New-Mix Products, Inc. 11 West 45th St., New York


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[Verse 1]
Said spoony Bill to his Lil, “Your smile thrills me so
With teeth like pearls other girls
Envy you… I know;
Your two lips seem sweet as cream
When my own are near;”
She replied: “ I’m using New Mix, That’s the reason dear.”

[Verse 2]
When they were wed they both said
Happiness they’d found;
A short year passed and at last.
Mister Stork came round;
A baby boy brought them joy
Bill felt like youth,
She said:
“Get the New Mix, dearie,
Baby has a tooth.”

You’ve got to mix today, good mixers say,
So mix the New Mix way, it is O.K.
They say the fruit effect is the thing,
Around the world its praises they’ll sing;
It leaves a sweet taste in the mouth just like a breath of Spring
The creams so pink and white taste fresh and clean;
You’ll find it works all right like champagne bubbles;
Now squeeze little and you’ll see,
Just squeeze the tube, but don’t squeeze me;
You know you’ve got to mix today,
So mix the New Mix way.
You’ve got to way.



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