"The Man with the Mandolin" as written by John Redmond, Frank Weldon and James Cavanaugh....
Here comes the man with the mandolin
He'll cheer you up till your ship comes in
Loveable old fellow playing an old tune
He comes round every afternoon

Raggedy old minstrel wearing a big grin
You'll love the man with the mandolin
All the kids follow, all the kids holler
To the windows above,

"Mama, throw a nickle, and the man will
Pick a little tune we love..."
Open your heart, let the music in,
There goes the man with the mandolin!

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"The Man with the Mandolin" as written by James Cavanaugh Frank Weldon

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