I'll Drink No More - Temperance Song


An easy round from "The Canadian Musical Fountain and Prohibition Singer" - C.W. Coates, Toronto, 1874. This one is easy to learn/teach and fun to sing.

What's a "flip"? (see lyrics)

In case you're interested in trying one before you sign the pledge -Flips were hot drinks made with egg and a variety of liquors and wines. They were warmed up by means of a loggerhead, an iron poker that could be heated and plunged into the drink.

The entire book which this came from can be found in the Internet Archive. (See link below)


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Title I'll Drink No More - Temperance Song
Subject Social Life & Love Politics & Conflict
Year 1874
Locale Southwestern
Keywords Prohibition Temperance

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