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Old Music Hall song from 1926 by Lilly Morris. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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DON'T HAVE ANY MORE MRS MOORE
Harry Castling & James Walsh   1926

Lily Morris


[Verse 1]
C
Mrs Moore, who lives next door,is such a dear old soul,
C
Of children she has a score or more,
     F               G
her husband on the dole!
  C
I don't know how she manages to keep that lot, I'm sure,
 F                                              G
I said to her today as she was standing at the door;


[Chorus 1]
C
"Don't have any more Mrs Moore,
                                   F
Mrs Moore, please don't have any more!
     G    
The more you have the more you'll want, they say,
                       F           G
Enough is as good as a feast any day!
C
If you have any more, Mrs Moore,
                        G          F
You'll have to rent the house next door!
C                         G
For the more you have of kids,
      F                       G
Then the less you’ll have of quids,
C               G        C
Don't have any more Mrs Moore!"


[Verse 2]

C
The little inn she uses now is called The Wooden Hut,
  C                                       F                 G
She's first one in at opening time, and last out when they shut!
     C                                          F
And when she's had a quite few she can’t go very far
                                              G
And this is what they shout to her across the bar;


[Chorus 2]

C
"Don't have any more Mrs Moore,
                                 F
Mrs Moore, please don't have any more!
    G
The more you have the more you'll want, they say,
                       F          G
Enough is as good as a feast any day!
C
If you have any more, Mrs Moore,
                        G     F
You'll never reach your front door!
C                   G
For too many double gins
   F                    G
Give the ladies double chins!
C              G         C
Don't have any more Mrs Moore!"


[Verse 3]

C
She's had a lot of husbands who in love with her have fell,
 C                                   F              G
This one is the seventh one, and he don’t look too well!
C                                                F
A year ago she married him, and on their wedding day,
                                                         G
As they were walking down the aisle, I heard the parson say;


[Chorus 3]

C
"Don't have any more Mrs Moore,
                                 F
Mrs Moore, please don't have any more!
    G
The more you have the more you'll want, they say,
                       F         G
Enough is as good as a feast any day!
C
If you have any more, Mrs Moore,
                        G       F
I don't know what we'll do, I'm sure!
C                   G
Our graveyard is so small,
            F                G
There'll be no room for them all!
C              G        C
Don't have any more Mrs Moore!"

Repeat last Chorus 

            
            
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