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My Little Lady

This song is by Grandpa Jones and appears on the album Yodeling Hits (1963).

Oh my little lady, won't you be my wife

I had a gal, oh what a gal, her name was Saddie Brown
I'd take her out, to ride about, when the moon was shining down
We'd sit alone, when we got home, out in the the old porch swing
And the dear little miss, would give me a kiss, while sweetly to her I would sing
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady, I love no one but you
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady just say you love me too

We'll get married in June, have a long honeymoon and then settle down there for life
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady won't you be my wife

I had a gal, oh what a gal, she left me at home one day
I didn't mind, because I found, that she'll always be that way
So I went out, and set about another gal to find
And in less than a day, I met Saddie may now I hand her that same old line
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady, I love no one but you
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady just say you love me too

We'll get married in June, have a long honeymoon and then settle down there for life
Oh Lay-lady my little lay-lady won't you be my wife

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