A E Oh Maggie Maggie Mae they have taken her away B and she'll never walk down Lime street anymore. E A Well? that judge he guilty found her, for robbin a homeward-bounder E B E you dirty robbin no good Maggie Mae. E A Now I was paid off at the Pool in? the port of Liverpool. E B Well three pound ten a week that was my pay. E A With a pocket full of tin I was very soon taken in E B E by a gal with the name of Maggie Mae. A E Now the first time I saw Maggie she took my breath away E B she was cruisin up and down in Canning Place. E A She had a figure so divine her voice was so? refined E B E well being a sailor I gave chase. A E Now in the morning I awoke I was flat and stony broke. B No jacket trousers waistcoat did I find. E A Oh and when I asked her where? she said? E B E My very dear sir they're down in Kellys pawnshop number nine. A E To the pawnshop I did go no clothes there did I find E B and the police they took that gal away from me. E A And the judge he guilty? found? her of robbin a homeward-bounder E B E she'll never walk down Lime Street anymore. A E Oh Maggie Maggie Mae they have taken her away E B and she'll never walk down Lime street anymore. E Well? that judge he guilty found her A for robbin a homeward--bounder E B E you dirty robbin no good Maggie Mae.