"Fit as a Fiddle" as written by Al Hoffman, Arthur Freed and Al Goodhart....
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love.
I can jump over the moon up above.
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love!

I haven´t a worry, I haven´t a care,
I feel like a feather that´s floating on air,
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love!

Soon all the church bells will be ringing
And I´ll march with Ma and Pa.
All the church bells will be ringing,
With a hey naughty-knotty and a hotcha-cha darling.

Hi, diddle-diddle, my baby´s OK,
Ask me a riddle, I´m waiting to say
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love!

Soon all the church bells will be ringing
And I´ll march with Ma and Pa.
All the church bells will be ringing,
With a hey naughty-knotty and a hotcha-cha darling.

Hi, diddle-diddle, my baby´s OK,
Ask me a riddle, I´m waiting to say
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love!


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"Fit As a Fiddle [and Ready For Love] [From 'Singin' In the Rain']" as written by Al Hoffman Al Goodhart

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