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KISS THE BOYS GOODBYE From the film "Kiss The Boys Goodbye" (1941) (Frank Loesser / Victor Schertzinger) Mary Martin (Film Soundtrack) - 1941 Tommy Dorsey & His Orch. (vocal: Connie Haines) - 1941 Bea Wain - 1941 Anne Shelton - 1941 Also recorded by: Ginny Simms; Robert Farnon; Charlie Kunz. We're such a happy pair, That it isn't right, no, it isn't fair To all those other boys I gave the air... So, Daddy, let me stay out late For tomorrow is our wedding date Let the Baby kinda celebrate Kiss the boys goodbye Daddy, let me wear the mink What's the difference what the neighbours think Let the Baby linger on the brink Oh, kiss the boys goodbye And while I'm kissing them sentiment'ly Keep the liberal point of view Because I'm breaking it to them gently That my heart belongs to you So, Daddy, please remember this That tomorrow starts a life of bliss Let me show them what they're gonna miss Kiss the boys goodbye (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - November 2004) ***** As sung by Mary Martin and Chorus in the film "Kiss The Boys Goodbye" We're such a happy pair, That it isn't right, no, it isn't fair To all those other boys I gave the air, So- Refrain Martin: Daddy, let me stay out late, For tomorrow is our wedding date- Let the baby kinda celebrate,, Kiss the boys goodbye. Daddy, let me wear the mink- What's the diff'rence what the neighbors think? Chorus: Let the baby linger on the brink, Kiss the boys goodbye. And while I'm kissing them sentiment'ly, Keep the liberal point of view, Because I'm breaking it to them gently- Chorus and Martin: That my heart belongs to you. Chorus: So, Daddy, please remember this, That tomorrow starts a life of bliss. Girl: Let me show them what they're gonna miss. Chorus: Kiss the boys goodbye. Reprise Martin: Oh, Daddy, let me stay out late, Can't the baby kinda celebrate? Beat me, Daddy, with an old whisk broom- Kiss the boys goodbye. Oh, Daddy, let me wear the mink- I don't know the words, but I think We'll stick around and go to town- Kiss the boys goodbye. (Contributed by Carlene Bogle - December 2004 Source: My book, "The Complete Lyrics of Frank Loesser")

    


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