"Tweedle O'twill" as written by and Rose/autry....
Tweedle o'twill puffin' on corn silks tweedle o'twill widdlin' wood
Sitting there wishing he could go fishing over the hill tweedle o'twill
Tweedle o'twill don't he look drowsy tweedle o'twill nodding his head
Bet he feels lazy pickin' up daisy gettin' a thrill tweedle o'twill

Tweedle o'twill bobbin' and weaving tweedle o'twill wadin' in corn
Taking it easy out where it's breezy better be still tweedle o'twill
Tweedle o'twill swatting a horsefly tweedle o'twill tickling his nose
Birds of a feather flocking together getting a thrill tweedle o'twill


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"Tweedle O'Twill" as written by Fred Rose Gene Autry

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