There's Company In The Parlor, Girls, Come On Down

Album: Last of the Red Hot Mommas (1910)


  • According to Sophie Tucker in her autobiography, "There's Company In The Parlor, Girls, Come On Down" was "a double-entendre song, and the first one of the sort I ever used in my act"; she "found" it in Chicago, introduced it in her second week at the city's Music Hall, and "it brought the house down".
  • The sheet music was published by Fred Fischer of New York copyright 1910, lyrics by E. Ray Goetz and music by Fischer himself. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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