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  1. All night, all day, Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand Even little children love Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand When we marry, we will have A time you never saw I will be so happy I will kiss my mother-in-law Children by the dozen, in and out the bamboo hut One for every palm tree, and cok-y-nut, Hurry up now All night, all.
  2. Even little children love Marianne Down by the seaside siftin' sand. And when we marry, we will have A time you never saw I will be so happy I will kiss my mother-in-law (Phooey!) Children by the dozen In and out the bamboo hut One for every palm tree And cocunut (Don't rush me!) All day, all night, Marianne Down by the seaside siftin' sand/5(7).
  3. Aug 12,  · All day, all night, Marianne Down by the sea side siftin' sand Even little children love Marianne Down by the seaside siftin' sand When we marry we will have a time you never saw I will be so happy I will kiss my mother inlaw Children by the dozen in and out the bamboo hut One for every palm tree and coconut Hurry up now All day, all night /5(51).
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  5. Refrain: E B7 All day, all night Marianne B7 E Down by the seaside, siftin' sand; E B7 Even little children love Marianne, B7 E Down by the seaside, siftin' sand. When she walks along the shore, people pause to greet, White birds fly around her, little fish come to her feet. In her heart is love, but I'm the only mortal man Who's allowed to.
  6. All day all night Marianne down by the seaside sifting sand. Even little children love Marianne down by the seaside sifting sand. When we marry we will have a time you never saw. I will be so happy I will kiss my mother in law. Children by the dozen in and out the bamboo hut. One for every palm tree and big coconut. All day all night Marianne.
  7. Marianne stays home the entire next day and waits, but he never comes. A note is delivered, but it is not from Willoughby. The note is for Mrs. Jennings and says that the Middletons are in London. Lady Middleton invites them all to dinner the next night. Marianne wants to stay home, but Elinor persuades her to go along with them.

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