Sunday, July 19, 2009

The Lady in Red



The Lady In Red
-by Allie Wrubel and Mort Dixon (1935)


Say! Have you ever met the girl
Who’s the toast of the town?
A work of art without a question,
You’d better write her number down.

Oh! the lady in red, the fellows are crazy
For the lady in red.
She’s a bit gaudy, but laudy,
What a personality.

Oh! the lady in red, is fresh as a daisy
When the town is in bed.
Dancing and dining and shining
With originally.



She is very proper.
She’s nothing more than a pal,
But oh me! and oh my! You’d never stop ‘er,
She’d be a dangerous gal,
If she should ever meet the right guy.

Oh! the lady in red, the fellows are crazy
For the lady in red.
Is she a study, oh! buddy
What a personality,
She’s got vitality.




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