"There's a Lump of Sugar Down in Dixie [From Sinbad]" as written by Albert Gumble, Alfred Bryan and Jack Yellen....
Sugar! sugar! Every body's cryin' 'Cause it's mighty scarce
Up here Buy it! Try it! Just go out to buy it And you'll find
It's mighty dear But I don't care I'm going where I've got
Enough to last a year

Tuitti fruitti don't compare with Cutie Waitin' cross the
Dixon line Ida Ida may be sweet as cider But my gal is sweet
As wine Nothin' could be Sweeter than she Believe me boy
I'm glad she's mine

There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie And it's all my own
She's the sweetest little bunch of sweetness I have ever
Known Every glance that she gives me puts sugar in my tea
Her kisses are like honey yummy yummy yummy Sweeter
Than the honey to the bee There's a "Choo - choo" leavin'
Here this evenin' bound for Carolin' And its goin' to take me
To that little lolly pop of mine She's a gal that Mister
Hoover ought to meet Puts her finger in the pie to make it
Sweet My little lump of sugar down in Dixie mine all mine

There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie And it's all my own
She's the sweetest little bunch of sweetness I have ever
Known Every glance that she gives me puts sugar in my tea
Her kisses are like honey yummy yummy yummy Sweeter
Than the honey to the bee There's a "Choo - choo" leavin'
Here this evenin' bound for Carolin' And its goin' to take me
To that little lolly pop of mine Sweetest little sugar lump I
Ever knew And her father's got a lot of sugar too
My little lump of sugar down in Dixie mine all mine.

There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie And it's all my own
She's the sweetest little bunch of sweetness I have ever
Known Every glance that she gives me puts sugar in my tea
Her kisses are like honey yummy yummy yummy Sweeter
Than the honey to the bee There's a "Choo - choo" leavin'
Here this evenin' bound for Carolin' And its goin' to take me
To that little lolly pop of mine Everybody calls her candy kid
Down home Say! she even combs her hair with honey comb
My little lump of sugar down in Dixie mine all mine


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"There's a Lump of Sugar Down in Dixie [From Sinbad]" as written by Alfred Bryan Albert Gumble

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