The old record by the Sweet Violet Boys! There are two more verses. Here's the whole song:
THERE'S A MAN THAT COMES TO OUR HOUSE (EVERY SINGLE DAY)
As recorded by the Sweet Violet Boys on Vocalion 03766, 1937.
CHORUS: There’s a man that comes to our house ev'ry single day.
Papa comes home and the man goes away.
Oh, Papa does the work and Mama gets the pay,
And the man comes around when Papa goes away.
1. The man that comes to our house, he's very nice.
He comes in the summertime and brings Mama ice,
Just a little teenie-weenie piece that soon melts away.
He has to come back again later in the day. CHORUS
2. The man that comes to our house comes to sell a brush.
He comes in a hurry and he leaves in a rush,
And ev'ry time he goes away, Mama's in a pet
If she didn't get ev'rything she thought she ought to get. CHORUS
3. The man that comes to our house drives a Cadillac.
He runs round the corner and he parks it in the back.
Mama goes to the door; he's always sure to greet 'er
With "Open up, honey-bunch; let me check your meter." CHORUS
4. When I grow to be a man, I'm not gonna be
A plumber or a janitor; no, sirree.
I won't be a doctor with an office downtown.
No, I'd rather be just the man that comes around. CHORUS