YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY (Written by Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson) Frank Sinatra Ricky Nelson Yes sir, that's my baby No sir, I don't mean maybe Yes sir, that's my baby now Yes, ma'm, we've decided No ma'm, we ain't gonna hide it Yes, ma'm, you're invited now By the way, by the way When we walk up to the preacher I'll say Yes sir, that's my baby No sir, I don't mean maybe Yes sir, that's my baby now (instrumental interlude) By the way, by the way When we run into the preacher I'll say I'll say yes sir, that's my baby No sir, I don't mean maybe Yes sir, that's my baby now Mmm (Contributed by Bette Carl - May 2002) ***************** as rec by Eddie Cantor May 6th 1941 New York Who's that comin' down the street? Who's that lookin' so petite? Who's that comin' down to meet me here? Who's that you know who I mean, Sweetest coo you've ever seen? I could tell her miles away from here! Yes sir, that's my baby, No sir, don't mean maybe, Yes sir, that's my baby now! Yes, ma'm, we've decided, No ma'am, we won't hide it Yes, ma'am, you're invited now By the way, By the way, When we reach the preacher I'll say, with feeling, "Yes sir, that's my baby, No sir, I don't mean maybe, Yes sir, that's my baby now!". By the way, by the way When we run into the preacher I'll say I'll say yes sir, that's my baby No sir, I don't mean maybe Yes sir, that's my baby now Yes sir, that's my baby, No sir, don't mean maybe, Yes sir, that's my baby now! Well well, look at that baby, You tell, don't say maybe, Nell's Bells! Won't she cause some row! Pretty soon, Pretty soon, We will hear that Lohengrin tune. Who for should she be, sir? No-one else but me, sir! Yes sir, that's my baby now! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - April 2011)