In My Merry Oldsmobile
Words by Vincent Bryan
Music by Gus Edwards
Published 1905

[verse 1]
Young Johnny Steele has an Oldsmobile
He loves a dear little girl
She is the queen of his gas machine
She has his heart in a whirl
Now, when they go for a spin, you know,
She tries to learn the auto, so
He lets her steer, while he gets her ear
And whispers soft and low;

Come away with me, Lucille
In my merry Oldsmobile
Down the road of life we'll fly
Automobubbling, you and I
To the church we'll swiftly steal
Then our wedding bells will peal,
You can go as far as you like with me
In my merry Oldsmobile.

[verse 2]
They love to "spark"* in the dark old park
As they go flying along
She says she knows why the motor goes
The "sparker" is awfully strong
Each day they "spoon"** to the engine's tune
Their honeymoon will happen soon
He'll win Lucille with his Oldsmobile
And then he'll fondly croon;

[repeat chorus]

*to court, woo, or romance
** to kiss and cuddle