"Small Talk [From The Pajama Game]" as written by and Michael/wilson Rutherford....
I don't want to talk small talk
Now that I'm alone with you
I don't want to talk small talk
We've got bigger things to do
Let's not talk of the weather
Or the fashions for the fall
Why don't you stop all this small talk?
I've got something better for your lips to do
And that takes no talk at all

I've got to buy me a dressy dress, the one that I have is such a mess!

Small Talk!

Who will you vote for next election,
How do you like the stamp collection?

Small Talk!

Read in a book the other day that halibut spawn in early may and horses whinney and donkeys bray and furthermore, the pigmy
tribes in Africa may have a war.

No?

Yes!
I don't want to talk small talk

What do you think they charge for ham now?

Now that I'm alone with you

Got so a buck ain't worth a damn now

I don't want to talk small talk

Read where the winters are getting milder

We've got better things to do

And that the teenage kids are wilder

Let's not talk of the weather

One of these days I'm gonna paint the kitchen

Or the fashions for the fall

Get pop to put a new light switch in

Why don't you stop all that small talk

Like I was saying

I've got something better

What I mean is

For your lips

I was only

To do


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"Small Talk" as written by Richard Adler Jerry J. Ross

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