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HE'S JUST MY SIZE Lillie Mae Kirkam / Curry 1939 Lillie Mae Kirkham rec June 15th 1939 Chicago I met a man last night, people he was just my size! I met a man last night, people he was just my size! I takin' him home with me to bake my cakes and pies. He is a kitchen mechanic and he makes my biscuits rise, He is a kitchen mechanic and he makes my biscuits rise, He used the best bakin' powder, and his biscuit's just my size! That man makes my bread rise late hours of the night, That man makes my bread rise way late hours of the night, The kind of bread he serves me I swear is out of sight! People people, I found my type of man at last, People people, I found my type of man at last, And he's just my size, and he ain't too doggone bad! He don't run around with women, he don't ride in taxi cabs, He don't run around with women, he don't ride in taxi cabs, And he treats me better than the man I used to have! (Contributed by Peter Akers - September 2010)

    


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