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Georgia Gibbs – Tweedlee Dee lyrics

Tweedle dee dee, Tweedle dee dee
Tweedle dee dee, Tweedle dee dee

Tweedle tweedle tweedle dee
I'm as happy as can be.
Jimminy cricket, jimminy jack,
You make my heart go clickety-clack.
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dee.

Tweedle tweedle tweedle dot
How you gonna keep that honey you got
Hunkies hunkies fish that bite
I'm gonna see my honey tonight
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dot

Tweedle dum tweedle dum
Give it up give it up,
Give your love to me.
Tweedle dot, tweedle dot.
Gimme gimme gimme gimme
Gimme all the love you got.

Tweedle tweedle tweedle dum
I'm a lucky so-and-so.
Mercy, mercy, pudding pie,
Hubba hubba honey do
I'm gonna keep my eyes on you
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dum.

Tweedle dum, tweedle dum
Give that kiss to me before you go.
Tweedle dum, tweedle dum
Lookie lookie lookie
Look at that sugar plum

Tweedle dee tweedle dum
You're as sweet as bubble gum
Mercy, mercy, pudding pie,
You got something that money can't buy.
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dum

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