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Words by Al Stillman and Music by Robert Allen

Peaked at # 21 in 1958


Teacher, teacher
There's so much I'm longin' to know
'cause my heart has been all aglow
From the moment we met
Teacher, make me, make me
Make me the teacher's pet

Teacher, teacher
Educate me with a caress
Teach me nothin' less than a lesson
I'll never forget
Teacher, make me, make me
Make me the teacher's pet

I read more in your lovin' eyes
Than in any book from the shelf
I don't have to tell you
You're in a class by yourself

Kiss me, kiss me
After that, please kiss me again
Show me all that special attention
You'll never regret
'cause I'll do my home work diligently
Till we're both at least a hundred and three
Teacher, hold me, kiss me
Make me the teacher's pet



I read more in your lovin' eyes
Than in any book from the shelf
I don't have to tell you
You're in a class all by yourself

Kiss me, kiss me
After that, please kiss me again
Show me all that special attention
You'll never regret
'cause I'll do my home work diligently
Till we're both at least a hundred and three
Teacher, hold me, kiss me
Make me the teacher's pet !!

Show me that you love me

Oh, teacher, make me yourrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr pe-et!!



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