"All I Need Is the Girl" as written by and Stephen/styne Sondheim....
Once my clothes where shabbie
Tailors called me cabbie
So I took a vow
Said this bummo bee bo borammo
Now I'm smooth and snappy
Now my tailors happy
I'm the cats meow
My wardrobe is a wow
Paris silk, Harris tweed
There's only one thing I need
Got my tweed press
Got my best vest

All I need now is the girl
Got my striped tie
Got my hopes high
Got the time and the place
And I got rhythm
Now all I need is the girl to go with 'em
If she'll just appear
We'll take this big town for a whirl
And if she'll say
My darling I'm yours I'll through away
My striped tie and my best dress tweed
All I really need is the girl

I start easy you see
Now I'm more deberner

And now I sell it here
How can she resist
And if she'll say
My darling I'm yours I'll through away
My striped tie and my best dress tweed
All I really need
Is the girl


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"All I Need Is the Girl" as written by Addison Burkhardt Abe Olman

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