"On the Good Ship Lollipop [From Bright Eyes]" as written by and Richard A./clare Whiting....
I've thrown away my toys,
Even my drums and trains,
I want to make some noise,
With real live airplanes.
Some day I'm going to fly,
I'll be a pilot to,
And when I do,
How would you,
Like to be my crew?

On the good ship
Its a sweet trip
To the candy shop
Where bon-bon's play,
On the sunny beach
Of peppermint bay
Lemonade stands,
Crackerjack bands,
Fill the air,
And there you are,
Happy landings on a chocolate bar.
See the sugar bowl
Do a tootsie roll
In a big bad devils food cake,
If you eat too much,
Oh, oh,
You'll awake,
With a tummy ache.

On the good ship
Its a nice trip,
In to bed you hop,
And dream away,
On the good ship

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"On the Good Ship Lollipop" as written by Sidney Clare Richard A. Whiting

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