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Ain't She Sweet?

This song is by Gene Austin and appears on the album Voice Of The Southland (1997).

There she is, there she is,
That's what keeps me up at night.
Oh gee whiz, oh gee whiz,
That's why I can't eat a bite.
Those flaming eyes,
That flaming youth,
Oh mister, oh sister,
Tell me the truth.

Ain't she sweet?
See her coming down that street
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she sweet?'
Ain't she nice?
Look her over once or twice
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she nice?'
Cast an eye in her direction
Oh me, oh my, ain't that perfection
I repeat
Don't you think that's kind of neat
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she sweet?'

Tell me where, tell me where
Have you seen one just like that?
I declare, I declare
That sure is worth looking at
Oh boy, how sweet those lips be
Oh gaze on her, doggoner'
Answer me

Ain't she sweet?
See her coming down that street
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she sweet?'
Ain't she nice?
Look her over once or twice
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she nice?'
Just cast a little old eye in her direction
Oh me, oh my my my, ain't that perfection
I repeat
Don't you think that's kind of neat
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she sweet?'

Just cast an eye-why-why in her direction
Oh me, oh my my my, ain't that perfection
I repeat
Don't you think that's kinda neat
I ask you confidentially 'ain't she sweet?'

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