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​I'd Go Barefoot All Winter Long

This song is by Helen Kane and appears on the album Great Original Performances 1928 - 1930 (1999).

Honey, I've a notion
That I could swim the ocean
To prove the great devotion that I have for you.
I try not to show it, and you may not know it,
But I'm so brave my dear,
That my little heart has no fear

I'd go and kill a lion, and I'd give a bee a sting
I'd go barefoot all winter long if you'd fall for me in the spring
Why, I ain't a afraid of snakes dear,
And little mice? Ah, they don't mean a thing!
Why, I'd go barefoot all winter long, if you'd fall for me in the spring

Oh, how I go for you baby!
There's nothing that I wouldn't do.
So help me, this is true, baby
Ha, ha, ha! I laugh at danger.

And I hear the brute within me,
It's trying to have it's fling,
Why, I'd go barefoot all winter long,
If you'd fall for me in the spring.

Why, I'd even climb up on the Woolworth building;
I'd stand right out on the ledge, and I'd sing
That I'd go barefoot all winter long,
If you'd fall for me in the spring.

Why, I'd even fly up in airplane!
I'd fly it without any tail, or any wings,
And I'd keep that airplane up in the sky all winter long,
If you'd fall for me in the spring.

Oh, I'd go the limit for you dear!
Proving the love that I feel
And although I'd be through, all black and blue dear
Ha, ha, ha! I laugh at torture.

And all that I'd save on shoes, my dear,
We'll go and buy the ring!
When I go barefoot all winter long,
And you fall for me in the spring!