"Mademoiselle de Paris" as written by Riley B. King and Saul Bihari....
Oh la la, there's Mademoiselle de Paree
Light of heart, fancy free
She's the spirit of Spring in Paris

When you stroll down the Rue de la Paix
On a beautiful morning in May
It is heaven on earth, you'll agree
Just to meet Mademoiselle de Paree

She's got a style, famous in town
Even her smile goes with her gown
Bonjour Mademoiselle, bon appetit
Comme tu es belle, that means you're sweet

She's so chic and adorable
No one thinks it deplorable
When men all turn around just to see
Mademoiselle de Paree

You bet girls get a kick from her
Learn each cute little trick from her
In their hearts they would all like to be
Mademoiselle de Paree

Light of heart, fancy free
She's the spirit of Spring in Paris

She has clothes with a zing to 'em
She's got curves and they cling to 'em
Sheer silk stockings and shoes number three
Mademoiselle de Paree

When she frowns there's disdain in it
But her smile has champagne in it
She breaks hearts and collects the debris
Mademoiselle de Paree

Oh, la la
Ah, oui oui
So you better look out in Paree

What a style and that smile
I walk a mile, just to see
Mademoiselle de Paree
She's the one girl for me
Mademoiselle de Paree


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"Mademoiselle de Paris" as written by Henri Contet Eric Maschwitz

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