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Isn't She the Sweetest Thing?

This song is by Georgie Price.

Young Hiram Perkins left the dear old farm one fine day
But he came back with someone on his arm one fine day
He walked right in on Ma and Pa
And said, Ain't I the slicker?
Ain't I the peach picker?
Ma, meet my girl. Pa, meet my girl
Isn't she the sweetest thing?
She's the kind that is kind to her mother
Every boy wants to be her big brother
The little birds above her, they all love her
When she's out, they start to sing
Tell me, Dad, ain't you glad that I caught her?
Say it loud that you're proud of your daughter
I love her
Oh, Ma! Oh, Pa! Oh, Pa! Oh, Ma
Isn't she the sweetest thing?

Just see the pretty roses in her cheek
Ain't she grand?
She makes the sweetest music when she speaks
Oh, ain't she grand?
You must admit, I've found a prize
I know she's going to like you
Tell me, how does she strike you?
Oh, Ma! Oh, Pa! Oh, Pa! Oh, Ma
Isn't she the sweetest thing?

With a voice like a mountain canary
When she hums, oh by gum! she's the berry
She's just a perfect armful, loving armful
I discovered in the Spring
She's the kind that I always have prayed for
Bought a ring, and it's pretty near paid for
She helped me
Oh, Ma! Oh, Pa! Oh, Pa! Oh, Ma
Isn't she the sweetest thing?

The little birdy-bird birds above her
They all love her
When she's out, they start to sing
Tell me, Dad, ain't you glad that I caught her?
Say it loud that you're proud of your daughter
I love her
Oh, Ma! Oh, Pa! Oh, Pa! Oh, Ma
Isn't she the sweetest thing?

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