"Mostly Martha" as written by Ralph Sterling and Dorcas Cochran....
Jane has the lips; Mary has the arms.
And it's hard to resist Lola and her charms.
Sue wants to be everything to me.
Yet in dreams, I always see...

Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
Makes me melt like butter on toast.
Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
What has she got? She's got the most.

She's the she meant for me;
That's for certain, that's for sure.
In her spell, I can tell
She's a habit I can't cure.
Other girls I have met, I can [unknown, "bed"?] and then forget
But I know I will live to regret

Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
Makes me melt like butter on toast.
Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
What has she got? She's got the most.

Grace has the face; Trudy has the style.
LuLu Belle has the swell 'Come and Get It' smile.
Eve makes me purr when I dance with her.
She's a doll, but I prefer...

Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
Makes me melt like butter on toast.
Mostly Martha, Mostly Martha
What has she got? I only know that she's got the most, the most.


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