She's my five foot five,
And boy oh boy, is she alive
She makes me blue, she makes me sad,
But she's the prettiest gal I've ever had,
She's my five foot five.
She can make my heart pitty pat,
She never wants a new dress or a new hat,She just wants what I can give, baby,She's my five foot five.She's my number one,The only gal for me beneath the sun,
Bill HuttoAnd when we go out at night,She cuddles up close and holds me tight,She's my five foot five.She can make my heart pitty pat,She never wants a new dress or a new hat,She just wants what I can give, baby,She's my five foot five.
July 20, 1951
We stayed on the show in place of poor Bill Hutto which I wasn't glad of because he was a nice boy and everything. Be they invited us back and we went back several times.5
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