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Annie – You're Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile lyrics

Healy

(spoken) This is Bert Healy saying...
(singing now) Hey, hobo man
Hey, Dapper Dan
You've both got your style
But Brother,
You're never fully dressed
Without a smile!

Your clothes may be Beau Brummelly
They stand out a mile --
But Brother,
You're never fully dressed
Without a smile!

Who cares what they're wearing
On Main Street,
Or Saville Row,
It's what you wear from ear to ear
And not from head to toe
(That matters)

So, Senator,
So, Janitor,
So long for a while
Remember,
You're never fully dressed
Without a smile!

Boylan sister

Ready or not, here he goes
Listen to Bert
Tap his smilin' toes

Healy

(spoken)
Ah, the lovely Boylan Sisters

Boylan sisters

Doo doodle-oo doo
Doo doodle-oo doo
Doo doo doo doo
Doo doo doo doo
Your clothes may be Beau Brummelly
They stand out a mile
But, brother
You're never fully dressed
You're never dressed
Without an

Connie boylan

S-

Bonnie boylan

M-

Ronnie boylan

I-

Connie boylan

L-

All three

E.
Smile darn ya smile.

All

That matters
So Senator
So Janitor
So long for a while



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