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Three Little Maids From School Are We
Glass ceiling edison
Category Music
Episode The Glass Ceiling

"Three Little Maids From School Are We" is a song from The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan, first performed in 1885. It is performed in Act I.

Dr. Julia Ogden often plays her phonograph while she works in the City Morgue.

She is working on the post-mortem of Percival Pollack she is listening to "Three Little Maids From School Are We" ("The Glass Ceiling").

Lyrics

Three little maids from school are we,
Pert as a school-girl well can be,
Filled to the brim with girlish glee,
Three little maids from school!
Everything is a source of fun. (Chuckle)
Nobody's safe, for we care for none! (Chuckle)
Life is a joke that's just begun! (Chuckle)
Three little maids from school!
Three little maids who, all unwary,
Come from a ladies' seminary,
Freed from its genius tutelary
Three little maids from school!
Three little maids from school!
One little maid is a bride, Yum-Yum
Two little maids in attendance come
Three little maids is the total sum.
Three little maids from school!
From three little maids take one away
Two little maids remain, and they
Won't have to wait very long, they say
Three little maids from school!
Three little maids from school!
Three little maids who, all unwary,
Come from a ladies' seminary,
Freed from its genius tutelary
Three little maids from school!
Three little maids from school!

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