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LONG BLACK NYLONS Percy Montrose - arrangement Sonny Burke / Don Raye as recorded by The Beverley Sisters with Bob Sharples & his Music 1958 In the village I remembered, When we kids were in our teens, Everybody looked alike then In their boots and tight blue jeans. Till a salesman from the city Dropped around there once or twice, And he changed our little village With his fancy merchandise. Long black nylons, long black nylons, Five inch heels and flowing curls, That's the way we all discovered Some were boys and some were girls! (scat) Some looked better in a sweater, Some looked best in tailored clothes, But they all looked ringa-dinga In those long black nylon hose. Just imagine when they found out Freckled Joe was Josie Brown, And the kid they used to wrestle Was the cutest girl in town! Long black nylons, long black nylons, Changed an awful lot of guys. Long black nylons, long black nylons, Really opened up their eyes! (scat) Long black nylons, long black nylons, Five inch heels and flowing curls, That's the way we all discovered Some were boys and some were girls! (scat) Oh those nylons, long black nylons, Five inch heels and flowing curls! We were glad when they discovered We loved boys and they liked girls! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - October 2014)

    


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