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Posted By: Jim Dixon
29-Jul-14 - 11:33 PM
Thread Name: Lyr Add: Songs by Ukulele Ike (Cliff Edwards)
Subject: Lyr Add: GOOD LITTLE BAD LITTLE YOU
GOOD LITTLE BAD LITTLE YOU
Words and music by Bud Green and Samuel H. Stept, ©1928.
As recorded by Cliff Edwards a.k.a. "Ukulele Ike", 1928.

[VERSE] You're the naughtiest baby.
Still you're sweet as can be.
First you treat me nice, then you're cold as ice.
You're a puzzle to me.

[CHORUS 1] Good little, bad little you-oo-oo,
What makes you tease like you do-oo-oo?
I look into your angel eyes.
They're little devils in disguise.
One little, two little lips I crave—
They lead me on, then they say, "Behave!"
And who, who knows it too?
Good little, bad little you-oo-oo-oo,
Good little, bad little you.

[CHORUS 2] You're good; you're bad; wish I knew
What make you tease like you do.
I look right straight into your angel eyes.
I see they're little devils in disguise.
Got one, got two lips I crave.
Still they just say, "Please behave!"
And who's that smarty certain party knows it, too?
Good little, bad little you-oo-oo-oo,
Good little, bad little you.

[Also recorded by Chick Endor, The Arrowhead Inn Orchestra, Earl Hines and His Orchestra, and several others.]