"Takes Two to Make a Bargain" as written by and Mack/revel Gordon....
You know that I've got certain plans for
A place that you need pots and pans for
Takes two to make a bargain
What's the answer, baby?

What do girls wear veils for?
And what do men wear suits and tails for?
Takes two to make a bargain
What's the verdict, baby?

Sign on that dotted line
In as the party of the first part
The party of the second part
You agree to be mine

With Cupid as our pilot
Say, I would like to middle-aisle it
Takes two to make a bargain
Come let's make vows about it
How's about it, baby?

What's the bride and groom for?
I'd like to know
What's a lovely honeymoon for?

Takes two to see Niagara
Fetch a parson, baby

What's the night in June for?
What do I sing Love In Bloom for?
Takes two to handle a duet
Give me the verdict, baby

Sign on that dotted line
In as the party of the first part
The party of the second part
You agree to be mine

Oh, I would like a junior
I'd bring him up to be a croonyer
Takes two to make a bargain
Come on, let's make vows about it
Hows about it?
Just takes two to make a bargain


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"Takes Two to Make a Bargain" as written by Mack Gordon Harry Revel

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