Oldies Music Lyrics

Oldies music lyrics are still popular today - old classics that have never lost their universal appeal.




Let's take a look at some of the lyrics from some of the most famous oldies that still delight (especially the older crowd) today.



Ain't She Sweet?

Sung by the black master Al Jolson, as well as Frank Sinatra and Guy Lombardo, get a load of these classic lyrics:

There she is! There she is!
There's what keeps me up at night
Oh, gee whiz! Oh, gee whiz!
There's why I can't eat a bite
Those flaming eyes! That flaming youth!
Oh, mister oh, sister, tell me the truth...

Ain't she sweet?
See her walking down the street
Now I ask you very confidentially
Ain't she sweet?

Ain't she nice
Look her over once or twice
Now I ask you very confidentially
Ain't she nice?

Just cast an eye in her direction
Oh me, oh my, ain't that perfection

I repeat
Don't you think she's kind of sweet
Now I ask you very confidentially
Ain't she sweet?

Tell me where, tell me where
Have you seen one just like that
I declare, I declare
That sure is worth looking at

Oh, boy, how sweet those lips must be
Gaze on it, doggonit! Now answer me

Ain't she sweet?
See her walking down the street
Now I ask you very confidentially
Ain't she sweet?.....



Bill Bailey

The oldies music lyrics in this song are somewhat amusing, but the tune itself is so catchy, you'll likely find yourself humming it once you hear it a few times!

Refrain:
Won't you come home, Bill Bailey
Won't you come home?
She moans the whole day long.
I'll do the cookin', darling
I'll pay the rent,
I know I've done you wrong;
'member that rainy eve that
I threw you out,
With nothing but a fine-tooth comb?
I know I'm to blame,
Well, ain't that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home?

Watch this classic song and dance entertainment version
sung by the famous Jimmy Durante and Ella Fitzgerald!





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