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WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE A WALK? From the Broadway Show "Sweet And Low" (1930) (Music: Harry Warren / Lyrics: Mort Dixon & Billy Rose) Annette Hanshaw - 1931 Chester Gaylord - 1931 Mel Blanc & Bernice Hansen (feat. in the cartoon film "Naughty Neighbors") - 1939 Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - 1951 Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney (Radio Transcript) - 1958 I saw you strolling by your solitary Am I nosy, very, very I'd like to bet a juicy huckleberry What you're after is a gal We're both in luck for introductions are not necessary Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take walk? Mm-mm-mm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mm-mm-mm, how about a sasparilla? Gee, the moon is yella, Sump'n good'll come from that Mm-mm-mm, have you heard the latest song? Mm-mm-mm, it's a very pretty strain Mm-mm-mm, don't you feel a little thrilly? Gee, it's getting chilly Sump'n good'll come from that When you're strolling though the wherezis, You need a whozis to lean upon But when you have no whozis To hug and whatzis, gosh darn Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take walk? Mm-mm-mm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mm-mm-mm, ain't you tired of the talkies? I prefer the walkies Sump'n good'll come from that My little heart is full of palpitation What I need is consolation I'd like to stage a little celebration In the moonlight, right away I'll feel all pep't if you'll accept my friendly invitation Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take walk? Mm-mm-mm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mm-mm-mm, how about a sasparilla? Gee, the moon is yelle, Sump'n good'll come from that Mm-mm-mm, have you heard the latest song? Mm-mm-mm, it's a very pretty strain Mm-mm-mm, don't you feel a little thrilly? Gee, it's getting chilly Sump'n good'll come from that When you're strolling though the wherezis, You need a whozis to lean upon But when you have no whozis To hug and whatzis, gosh darn Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take walk? Mm-mm-mm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mm-mm-mm, ain't you tired of the talkies? I prefer the walkies Sump'n good'll come from that (Contributed by =Ae= - May 2010) ******************** As recorded by ANNETTE HANSHAW: I saw you strolling by your solitary Am I nosy, very, very I'd like to bet a juicy huckleberry What you're after is a girl We're both in luck for introductions are not necessary Mmm-mmm-mmm, would you like to take walk? Mmm-mmm-mmm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mmm-mmm-mmm, how about a sasparilla? Gee, the moon is yeller, Sump'n good'll come from that Mmm-mmm-mmm, have you heard the latest song? Mmm-mmm-mmm, it's a very pretty strain Mmm-mmm-mmm, don't you feel a little thrilly? Gee, it's gettin' chilly Sump'n good'll come from that When you're strolling though the wherezis You need a whozis to lean upon But when you have no whozis To hug and whatzis, gosh darn Mmm-mmm-mmm, would you like to take walk? Mmm-mmm-mmm, do you think it's gonna rain? Mmm-mmm-mmm, ain't you tired of the talkies? I prefer the walkies Sump'n good'll come from that (Instrumental Break) Dah-dah-dah-dah-dah Wah-dah-dah-dah-dah Sump'n's gonna happen soon Bah-dum-dum-dum Bah-dum-dum-dum Bah-dum-dum-dum Isn't this a pretty tune (Instrumental Break) Mmm-mmm-mmm, have you heard the darndest thing? Mmm-mmm-mmm, you can hear it everywhere Mmm-mmm-mmm, when you see the little roses Turning up their noses Sump'n good'll come from that Mmm-mmm-mmm, when you see a butterfly Mmm-mmm-mmm, nodding to a buttercup Mmm-mmm-mmm, when you hear a little cricket Dressing in a thicket Sump'n good'll come from that (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2014)

    


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