|Henpeck O'Johnson and Henpeck O'Day
|Made an appointment with Molly and May
|Soon they were calling their wives on the phone
|"Don't cook my supper for I won't be home"
|Then in a "Taxi" to some swell Cafe
|They rode away to meet Molly and May
|Waited and waited, grew intoxicated
|O'Johnson then sang to O'Day
|Someone's waiting for me
|Someone's waiting for you
|I'm waiting and you're waiting and wifey's waiting too
|Are we down-hearted? No!
|We have plenty of dough
|WHAT! Go home to wifey?
|Well, not on your lifey
|While they were waiting, a waiter named Binks
|Waited for tips while they waited for drinks
|Manhattan Cocktails and Highballs galore
|Three extra waiters were put on the floor
|Music was playing "I'm coming home soon"
|O'Day was praying for some other tune
|Hours were flying, still they kept on buying
|O'Johnson was crying again
|Missus O'Johnson and Missus O'Day
|Happened to stroll in the same swell Cafe
|They had grown tired of waiting at home
|Went out and left both their flats all alone
|Soon from a corner a voice hollered loud
|"Give us another and treat the whole crowd"
|Just then somebody broke up the whole party
|'Twas Molly and sweet little May
|Someone's Waiting For Me (We'll Wait, Wait, Wait)