Now it’s in my mind?

Ten points to the first person who can tell me the source of the following poetry.

I’ve been sitting here all day thinking
Same old thing ten years away thinking
Now my days are gone, memories linger on
Thoughts of when I was boy

Pennyfarthings on the street riding
Motorcars were funny things, frightning
Bow and hoops and spinning tops
Annie gretzel’s lollipops
Comic cuts, all different things

Areoplanes tied up with string flying
Telephones and talking things sighing
A radio and phonograph, Charlie Chaplin made us laugh
Silently falling about
Familiar things I keep around, near me
Memories of my younger days, clearly
Now it’s in my mind?
Everyday I find, thoughts of when I was boy

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