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Rodgers And Hammerstein – The Surrey With A Fringe On Top lyrics

Chicks and geese and ducks better scurrey
When I take you out in the surrey
When I take you out in the surrey with the fringe on top.

Watch the fringe and see how it flutters
I will ride those high steppin strutters
Noswey pokes will peek through their shutters
And their eyes will pop!

The wheels are yeller the upholsters brown
The dash board's genuine leather
With isinglass curtains you can roll right down
In case there's a change in the weather

Two bright side lights winkin and blinkin
Ain't no fingering what I'm thinkin
You'd be fingering if your thinkin that I'd care to swap
For the shiny little surrey with the fringe on top.



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