Oh Sir Jasper (Do Not Touch Me)

Melody: 

The Battle Hymn of the Republic

Lyrics: 

She wears her silk pajamas in the summer when it's hot,
She wears her woolen nightie in the winter when it's not,
But later in the springtime, and early in the fall,
She jumps between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
 
  Chorus
  She's a most immoral lady,
  She's a most immoral lady,
  She's a most immoral lady,
  And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
 
Oh, Sir Jasper do not touch me,
Oh, Sir Jasper do not touch me,
Oh, Sir Jasper do not touch me,
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
Oh, Sir Jasper do not!
Oh, Sir Jasper do not!
Oh, Sir Jasper do not!
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
Oh, Sir Jasper do!
Oh, Sir Jasper do!
Oh, Sir Jasper do!
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
Oh, Sir Jasper!
Oh, Sir Jasper!
Oh, Sir Jaspert!
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
Oh, Sir!
Oh, Sir!
Oh, Sir!
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
Oh!
Oh!
Oh!
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.
  (Chorus)
 
(maintain silence for the verse with no words then... )
  (Chorus)
 
And she lay between the lily-white sheets with nothing on at all.