"Lulu's Back in Town" as written by Harry Warren and Al Dubin....
Gotta get my old tuxedo pressed, gotta sew a button on my vest,
'Cause tonight I've gotta look my best, Lulu's back in town.

Gotta get a half a buck somewhere, gotta shine my shoes and slick my hair,
Gotta get myself a boutonniere, Lulu's back in town.

You can tell all my pets, all my Harlem coquettes,
Mister Otis regrets, that he won't be aroun'.

You can tell the mailman not to call, I ain't comin' home until the fall
And I might not get back home at all... Lulu's back in town.


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"Lulu's Back in Town" as written by Harry Warren Al Dubin

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