The act takes its name from a song written and sung by Mr. Brockman, which contains an amount of the George Cohan variety of philosophy. There is no plot; it has simply been built to give Mr. Brockman opportunity to introduce several good singing numbers. He is assisted by Myrtle Hobart, Mayble La Vere and Tom Yost, a good-looking trio, who sing and dance acceptably.
One of the girls should procure a pair of silk hose immediately. The act makes good light entertainment, and pleased the Harlem audience immensely.
Variety 8:3 (08/17/1907)