"Waterloo" as written by Marijohn Wilkin and John D. Loudermilk....
{Waterloo, Waterloo)
(Where will you meet your Waterloo?)
(Every puppy has its day)
(Everybody has to pay)
(Everybody has to meet his Waterloo}

Now old Adam was the first in history
With an apple he was tempted and deceived
Just for spite the Devil made him take a bite
And that's when old Adam met his Waterloo

{Waterloo, Waterloo)
(Where will you meet your Waterloo?)
(Every puppy has its day)
(Everybody has to pay)
(Everybody has to meet his Waterloo}

Little General Napoleon of France
Tried to conquer the world but lost his pants**
Met defeat, known as Bonaparte's retreat
And that's where Napoleon met his Waterloo

{Waterloo, Waterloo)
(Where will you meet your Waterloo?)
(Every puppy has its day)
(Everybody has to pay)
(Everybody has to meet his Waterloo}

Now a fellah whose darling proved untrue
Took her life, but he lost his too
Now he swings where the little birdie sings
And that's where Tom Dooley met his Waterloo

{Waterloo, Waterloo)
(Where will you meet your Waterloo?)
(Every puppy has its day)
(Everybody has to pay)
(Everybody has to meet his Waterloo}


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"Waterloo" as written by Marijohn Wilkin John D. Loudermilk

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