"Sittin' in the balcony" as written by and John Loudermilk....
I'm just a-sittin' in the balcony
Just a-watchin' the movie
Or maybe it's a symphony, I wouldn't know
I don't care about the symphonies
Just a-cymballs and a-timpanies

I'm just a-sittin' in the balcony, on the very last row
I'll hold your hand and I'll kiss you too
The feature's over, but we're not through
Just a-sittin' in the balcony

Holdin' hands in the balcony
Just a-sittin' in the balcony, on the very last row

We may stop lovin' to watch Bugs Bunny
But he can't take the place of my honey
Just a-sittin' in the balcony
Just a-snootchin' in the balcony

Just a-sittin' in the balcony, on the very last row
Just a-huggin' and a-kissin'
With my baby in the very last row


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"Sittin In the Balcony" as written by John Loudermilk

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