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Johnny’s Lost his Marbles

Lyrics for the Children’s Songs

Arranged by Paul.Austin.Kelly and Richard.Durrant

for Walkingoliver.com
Quality Music for Children
 
This Song is featured on the album: Oliver Unleashed on British Isles 
 
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Johnny’s Lost his Marbles

Oh, Johnny’s lost his marbles

Johnny’s lost his marbles

Johnny’s lost his marbles

Down in Granny’s yard.

Johnny’s searched all over

Johnny’s searched all over

Johnny’s searched all over

Down in Granny’s yard.

But still he cannot find them

Still he cannot find them

Still he cannot find them

Down in Granny’s yard

So he fetched a big broom-handle

So he fetched a big broom-handle

So he fetched a big broom-handle

Down in Granny’s yard

He shoved it up the drainpipe

He shoved it up the drainpipe

He shoved it up the drainpipe

Down in Granny’s yard

But still he could not find them

Still he could not find them

Still he could not find them

Down in Granny’s yard

So Johnny fetched a terrier

So Johnny fetched a terrier

So Johnny fetched a terrier

Down in Granny’s yard

And he rammed him up the drainpipe

And he rammed him up the drainpipe

And he rammed him up the drainpipe

Down in Granny’s yard

But still he could not find them

But still he could not find them

But still he could not find them

Down in Granny’s yard

Johnny got some gunpowder

Johnny got some gunpowder

Johnny got some gunpowder

Down in Granny’s yard

He lit a match and dropped it

He lit a match and dropped it

He lit a match and dropped it

And he blew up Granny’s yard

Johnny’s found his marbles

Johnny’s found his marbles

Johnny’s found his marbles

Down in Granny’s yard

They’d been in his left-hand pocket

They’d been in his left-hand pocket

They’d been in his left-hand pocket

Not in Granny’s yard