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DIME A DOZEN (Cindy Walker) Margaret Whiting - 1949 Kay Kyser & His Orch. (vocal: Gloria Wood) - 1949 Sammy Kaye & His Orch. (vocal: The Three Kaydets) - 1949 Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith (vocal: Roy Lear & Betty Smith) - 1949 Peggy Anne Ellis & The Riddlers - 1949 Annie Lou & Danny Dill - 1949 Jack Owens - 1949 As recorded by GLORIA WOOD with Kay Kyser & His Orch.: Ba-Boo Ba-Boo (Dime a dozen) Ba-Boo (Dime a dozen) Ba-Boo You can keep your dime a dozen kisses now (No one wants them) Ba-Boo (You can keep them) Ba-Boo They're not worth a dime a dozen anymore The heart you gave me was worth no more Than paper hearts you buy down at the ten cent store Lips that cheat, dear, don't stay sweet, dear Don't want your dime a dozen kisses anymore (Instrumental Break) (Dime a dozen) No-No (Dime a dozen) No-No You can keep your dime a dozen kisses now (No one wants them) No-No (You can keep them) Yes-Yes They're not worth a dime a dozen anymore You can't kiss others and break each vow And then expect to be my one and only now Lips that cheat, dear, don't stay sweet, dear And who wants dime a dozen kisses anyhow No-No (The heart you gave her) No-No (Was worth no more) Than paper hearts you buy down at the ten cent store And if that cheat, dear, don't taste sweet, dear Don't want your dime a dozen kisses anymore (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2017)

    


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