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LITTLE MAN WITH THE CANDY CIGAR Matt Dennis (m) Frank Kilduff (l) 1941 as rec by Jo Stafford w Tommy Dorsey & his Orch 1941 What a pensive mood for such a little man, Sittin' all alone, chin cupped in your hand. Don't let me disturb your dreamin', Better do your dreamin' while you can! Little man with the candy cigar, How I wonder what your dreams are! Would you ride a white horse to Banbury Cross, Or do you just wish for a star? All the smoke rings you blow, they seem so real; Little man, I know just how you feel! I know, little laddie, For you're so like your daddy, Who was once a little man with a candy cigar. I know, little laddie, For you're so like your daddy, Who was once a little man with a candy cigar. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - February 2011)

    


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