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RAP TAP ON WOOD From the film "Born To Dance" (1936) (Cole Porter) Eleanor Powell & The Foursome - 1936 Jimmy Dorsey & Orch. (vocal: Frances Langford) - 1936 David Baker & John Morris - 1953 Bobby Short - 1971 If you want to ring the bell not once, but twice If you want to roll and roll those lucky dice If you want to spend your journey's end with sweet music and love If you want to lick this world of men and Mickey Mice Take my advice... When you sit down, one day Look over yourself and say "You're very good" Ra-ap tap on wood When you have such success You're concious that you impress The neighbourhood Ra-ap tap on wood When ev'ry meal you take Is made of milk and honey When ev'ry stock you take Is making mints of money When ev'ry heart you break Is such a cinch, it's funny Careful, Sonny Rap-tap, rap-tap, rap-tap-tap, rap-a-tap-tap You're knockout, you're good news And you'll never, never lose If you just put on your dancing shoes And rap-tap on wood

    


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