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MICKEY Song dedicated to Mabel Normand's silent film "Mickey" (Music: Neil Moret / Lyrics: Harry Williams - 1918) Jackie Gleason - 1955 Oh, what a shame they gave you the name Mickey Where is the rose that grows in repose like you Lucky the birds and the bees you'll meet Lucky the moss and the violet sweet When they were trod by your bare little feet There in the morning dew How can you blame me when I pine Dearie, to change your name to mine Mickey, pretty Mickey With your hair of raven hue In your smiling so beguiling There's a bit of Killarney, bit of Blarney, too Childhood in the wildwood Like a mountain flower you grew Pretty Mickey, pretty Mickey Can you blame anyone for falling in love with you You had a friend that used to defend and love you He was a dog, a mutt of a dog, it's true He used to follow you everywhere Look in your eyes with a lovable stare He was a lucky old dog to be there And he believed it too This is a promise true from me I'll be as faithful to you as he Mickey, pretty Mickey With your hair of raven hue In your smiling so beguiling There's a bit of Killarney, bit of Blarney, too Childhood in the wildwood Like a mountain flower you grew Pretty Mickey, pretty Mickey Can you blame anyone for falling in love with you (Contributed by Mel Priddle - November 2013)

    


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