"Caesar, Why Don't You Seize Her?" was written by Frank Carter and R.P. Weston, and published by Francis, Day & Hunter of London at two shillings, copyright 1902. In the USA it was published by T.B. Harms of New York. This is a coon song, and not a very good one at that. The chorus is "Caesar, why don't you?" ie seize 'er. A similar pun was used far more effectively by B.A. Robertson in "Bang Bang
" nearly eighty years later.
Alexander Baron - London, England