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​Great Snowman

This song is by John D. Loudermilk and appears on the album Language Of Love (1961).

A few years ago there lived a lover
By the name of Jimmy Jones
Who really snowed the girls and left them cold
And gained the title of 'The Great Snowman'

I remember the day when the snow melted away
And the great snowman was wed
He said, "Yes, I do", and little Linda said it too
And the great snowman was wed

Now Jimmy Jones was the snowman's name
He put all the other local lovers to shame
He had good looks and a big fine car
And went around breaking all the girlies' hearts

Until one day the great snowman found
Linda Lou who started melting him down
He bought a ring and they set the day
And the great snowman started melting away

I remember the day when the snow melted away
And the great snowman was wed
He said, "Yes, I do", and little Linda said it too
And the great snowman was wed

Now the great snowman and his loving spouse
Live in the little subdivision house
They got six kids and his mother-in-law
And expecting another kiddie in the fall

His old Cadillac needs the paint retouched
It's full of baby diapers and bottles and such
And the great snowman has outgrown
All his flashy, catty clothes

I remember the day when the snow melted away
And the great snowman was wed
He said, "Yes, I do", and little Linda said it too
And the great snowman was wed

Written by:

John Loudermilk