Ukulele Lady

/ Richard Whiting / 1925 / Vaughn De Leath / Songwriters Gus Kahn

Submitted by: Fapp
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I saw the splendor of the moonlight on Honolulu Bay

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There's something tender in the moonlight on Honolulu Bay

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And all the beaches are full of peaches

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Who bring their ukes along

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?And in the glimmer of the moonlight

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?They love to sing this song

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If you like a ukulele lady

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Ukulele lady like a you

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?If you like to linger where it's shady

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?Ukulele lady linger too

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If you kiss a ukulele lady

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While you promise ever to be true

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And she see another ukulele lady

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?Lady fool around with you

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Maybe she'll sigh, maybe she'll cry

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Maybe she'll find somebody else, by,by,by and by

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?To sing to when it's cool and shady

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Where the tricky wickie wackies woo

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If you like a ukulele lady

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Ukulele lady like a you

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Well, maybe she will sigh, maybe she will cry

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maybe she will find somebody else, by and by

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To sing to when it's cool and shady

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Where the tricky wicky wackies woo

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If you like a ukulele lady

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Ukulele lady like a you 

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