"The Maharajah of Magador" as written by and Lewis Harris John Jacob Loeb....
There's a rich Maharajah of Magador
Who had ten thousand camels and maybe more
He had rubies and pearls, and the loveliest girls
But he didn't know how to do the rumba.
He could afford..... a big reward
So to his people one day he said:
Ah ha hahahahahahahahahahah
Which means...
Take my rubies and take my pearls
Take my camels and take my girls
Rumba lessons are wanted for
The rich Maharajah of Magador.
Ah hahahahahahahahah
So a slick little chick answered, "That's for me"
To the ad he had placed in Variety
When she saw his expanse, she could tell at a glance
That he'd never learn how to do the rumba.
He had his wealth, he had his health
So he looked in her eyes and said:
Ah hahahahahahahahahha
Take my rubies and take my pearls
Take my camels, I'll keep my girls
From now on you'll be working for
The rich Maharajah of Magador.
Ah hahahahahahahaha
He was anxious to learn, so she taught him right
But she taught him the thrill of a moonlight night.
He discovered the bliss of a half promised kiss
But he never learned how to do the rumba.
And on the day...she went away
You could hear all the people say:
She took his rubies and took his pearls
Took his camels and all his girls
Took his money and what is more
She made the rich Maharajah the poor Maharajah of Magador.
Ah hahahahahahahah



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