"Roly Poly" as written by and Fred Rose....
Roly Poly eatin' corn and taters hungry every minute of the day
Roly Poly knowin' all the biscuits long as he can chew it it's okay
He can eat an apple pie and never even bat his eye
He likes everything from a soup to hay
Roly Poly daddy's little fatty daddy's gonna be a man someday

[ steel - fiddle ]

Roly Poly scrambled eggs for breakfast bread and jelly twenty times a day
Roly Poly eats a hardy dinner it takes lots of strength to run and play
He pulls up weeds and does the chores and run both ways to all the stores
He works up that apetite that way
Roly Poly daddy's little fatty daddy's gonna be a man someday


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"Roly Poly" as written by Sol Lake Elsa Doran

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    General CommentSorry, George, but the original is best. Thankfully it was sung in jest and not as a way to insult a friend (according to the history behind the song). And here's to my college roommate B and his significant other John who today won a midwestern's city radio contest; B lost 91 lbs and his partner lost 80. They both look great and are heading to Florida in April!!! I'm so excited.
    SweetCheeks2on February 25, 2012   Link
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    General CommentNot a George fan, but the song is cute in a sadistic way. Perfect for the start of my life change! Anxious to get the energy and confidence back!!!
    SillyCheekson March 14, 2012   Link

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