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SHOULD I BE SWEET? (Vincent Youmans (m) Buddy De Sylva (l) ) as recorded by Lee Wiley with Stan Freeman & Cy Walter (pianos) 1951 Should I be sweet and sing of Spring and roses? Should I be hot for a spot where the fields of cotton grow? If I am sweet you may turn up your noses, And if I'm hot you may think I know more than a maid should know! I give you art and let's suppose you like it, I win your heart and spoil it all with obliata-do-bop-bop! So I repeat, should I sing sweetly, oh-oh-oh, Or just get hot for a spot in the south and yell of it? I do both just for the heck of it, Should I be sweet or hot? It's up to you! So I repeat, should I sing sweetly, oh-oh-oh, Or just get hot for a spot in the south and yell of it? I do both just for the heck of it, Should I be sweet or hot? It's up to you! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - June 2015)

    


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