Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go (With Friday On A Saturday Night)?    (1916)

Thousands of years ago or maybe more
Out on an island on a lonely shore
Robinson Crusoe landed one fine day
No rent to pay, and no wife to obey
His good man Friday was his only friend
He didn't borrow or lend
They built a little hut, lived there till Friday, but
Saturday night it was shut

Where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?
Ev'ry Saturday night they would start in to roam
And on Sunday morning they'd come staggering home
They went hunting for rabbit when the weather grew colder
But Crusoe came home with a hare on his shoulder
So where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?

Where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?
One fine Saturday night they had nothing to do
So they started counting all the girlies they knew
Friday counted to thirteen, and Crusoe said "Brother
You know thirteen's unlucky, let's go get another
So where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?

Robinson Crusoe was a good old scout
Robinson Crusoe knew his way about
He'd go out hunting chickens now and then
But he knew when he was chasing a hen
Once he told Friday "you must stay at home
I've got to go out alone"
Friday felt very blue, He said "It's wrong of you
Couldn't you fix it for two?"

Where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?
Ev'ry Saturday night they would start in to roam
And on Sunday morning they'd come staggering home
On this island lived wild men in cannibal trimmin'
And where there are wild men there must be wild women
So where did Robinson Crusoe go, with Friday on Saturday night?

Lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young.
Composed by George W. Meyer.
Recorded by Al Jolson.


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