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Teresa Brewer – Silver Dollar lyrics

A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl
Teresa Brewer
Written by Bob Merrill
Peaked at #7 in 1956
Teresa Breuer's third-biggest hit of the rock era, released under her stage-name
"Teresa Brewer." This song shows the fine line between pop and rock music of the
Mid-50's, with rock influences popping up in the refrain.
Scoobley-doo-bee-doo
Be-doo-be-doo-be-doo-be-doo
Wouldn't anybody care to meet a sweet old-fashioned girl?
Scoobley-dah-doo-bee-dum
Wouldn't anybody care about a sweet old-fashioned pearl?
Scoobley-doo-bee-dum



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