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SAL'S GOT A SUGARLIP
WRITER JIMMIE DRIFTWOOD

Come here Sally and sweeten your man
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
'Lasses in the cane and sirop in the corn
Sugar in the gorge and honey in the horn
Apple in the tree and a peach in my hand
Come here Sally and sweeten me again
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
Cake on the plate and pie in the pan
Come here Sally and sweeten your man
How I love that pretty little gal
Nothing on earth as sweet as my Sal
Honey on her lips and honey on her toes
Honey all over her pretty little nose
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
Sal's got a sugarlip (so they say)
Cake on the plate and pie in the pan
Come here Sally and sweeten your man



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