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A, You're Adorable (The Alphabet Love Song)

Words and original music by Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise and Sidney Lippman
Copyright 1948 Music of the Times Publ. Corp.

When Johnny Jones was serenading Mary,
He sure could quote a lot of poetry
But he'd much rather tell her
what he learned in his speller
When they both attended PS thirty-three....

Chorus

"A," you're adorable, "B," you're so beautiful,
"C," you're a cutie full of charms.
"D," you're a darling and "E," you're exciting
And "F," you're a feather in my arms.
"G," you look good to me, "H," you're so heavenly,
"I," you're the one I idolize.
"J," we're like Jack and Jill, "K," you're so kissable,
"L," is the lovelight in your eyes.

"M," "N," "O," "P," I could go on all day.
"Q," "R," "S," "T," alphabetically speaking, you're OK.

U," made my life complete, "V," means you're very sweet,
Double-"U" "X" "Y" "Zee."
It's fun to wander through the alphabet with you
To tell you what you mean to me.

Repeat the chorus


Thanks to Michael Sirotta for the midi.

Source: Fifty-Seven Accordians published by Charles Hansen Distributor, New York  | Transcribed by Dilly