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IF'N (Jody Evans / Jeff Davis / By Dunham) The Bell Sisters - 1952 Alma Cogan & Denny Dennis (with Sid Phillips & His Band) - 1952 As recorded by THE BELL SISTERS: If'n you were a bird Sittin' up in a tree And if'n I was to come along Would you sing a song for me If'n you were a broom Cleanin' up, nice and neat And if'n I was to come along Would you sweep me off o' my feet Say yes, say yes Say it over and over Say yes, confess And I'll be up to my knees in the four-leaf clover And if'n you were a dream Wonderin' what to do And if'n you found me fast asleep Would you be so dreamy, would you come and see me And prove to me that dreams come true (Orchestral Break) Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo If'n you were a clock (A clock?) Say about half past three (Oh, tea and crumpet time) And if'n I was to come along Would you spend some time with me Say yes, say yes Ain't no use bein' spiteful Say yes, confess And admit you think love is quite delightful And if'n you were a kiss (A kiss?) Sweet as a kiss could be (Could be) And if'n you knew I loved romance Would you hold me gently, sweet and sentiment'ly And give your little kiss to me (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October - 2006) ++++++++++ As recorded by ALMA COGAN & DENNY DENNIS: DD: If'n you were a bird AC: A-tweet tweet, sittin' up in a tree DD: And if'n I was to come along AC: Would you sing a song for me DD: Why singin's my business DD: If'n you were a broom AC: I'd be cleaning up nice and neat DD: Reet! And if'n I was to come along AC: Would you sweep me off my feet AC: Say yes, say yes AC: Oh, say it over and over AC: Say yes, confess BOTH: And I'll be up to my knees in the four leaf clover AC: And if'n your were a ghost DD: Ooooooh! Quiet as any mouse AC: And if'n I was to come along AC: Would you like to haunt my house DD: If'n you were a fish AC: Oooh, it's so cold when you're swimming around in the sea DD: And if'n I was to come along AC: Now, would you flip a fin for me DD: Just call me Finny babe DD: If'n you were a clock AC: Tick tock! Say about half-past-three DD: Uh-huh! And if'n I was to come along AC: Would you spend some time with me DD: Say yes, say yes DD: Say it over and over DD: Say yes, ah, come on honey, confess DD: And I'll be up to my knees in four leaf clover DD: And if'n you were a song AC: La-la, how about something played in the key of C DD: That's alright with me DD: And if'n I was to come along AC: We could sing a harmony (Instrumental Break) AC: And if'n you were a lock DD: Ah-hah, I'd be guardin' the treasury AC: All the money AC: And if'n I was to come along AC: Would you give the key to me DD: Say yes, say yes DD: No use waitin' till nightfall DD: Say yes, confess, honey babe BOTH: And admit ya think love is quite delightful AC: And if'n you were a kiss AC: Sweet as a kiss could be BOTH: And if'n you knew I love romance AC: Would you treat me gently DD: Sweet and sentimently BOTH: Give your little kiss to me (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - November 2011)

    


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