Kiss Me Good-Night!
(Out The Window You Must Go.)
Words and Music by Joe Goodwin & Lew Brown
Published 1913 by Leo. Feist, Inc.


1.
By an open window at Harry and Flo, all alone, nobody home,
Paying no attention to the clock upon the wall,
Never dreaming that her dad was coming home at all,
They were hugging, kissing, when someone rang the bell,

And Harry fainted when her hear her yell;
"Oh! dearie!" "Kiss me goodnight,
You better kiss me good night,

[Chorus]
Hon, Hon, Hon, Hon better hurry,
Papa's home so you should worry,
I know just what my old dad will do;

You came in here with eyes of brown,
you'll leave with eyes of blue.
So out the window you must go,
you must go, don't be slow,

Just forget the elevator and become and aviator,
Kiss me goodnight, it's time to go."

[Verse 2]
All the neighbors knew when poor Harry was there,
they would all stand in the hall,
When they heard her daddy's footsteps coming up the stairs,
They were hoping he would catch the couple unawares,

But it seems that Floie had heard those steps before,
For they could hear her shouting through the door;
"Oh! dearie!" You'll get something to remind you
of the girl you left behind you,

[2nd Chorus]
Hon, Hon, Hon, Hon better hurry,
Papa's home so you should worry,
I know just what my old dad will do;

You came in here with eyes of brown,
you'll leave with eyes of blue.
So out the window you must go,
you must go, don't be slow,

Don't you dare to hesitate,
my father wears a number eight,
So Kiss me goodnight, it's time to go."