"The Dummy Song" as written by and Billy Rose Lew Brown....
I'll take the legs from some old table
I'll take the arms from some old chair
I'll take the neck from some old bottle

And from a horse I'll take the hair
I'll take the hands and face from some old clock
And baby when I'm through
I'll get more loving from the dumb-dumb-dummy
Than I ever got from you
Get me some legs get me a chair
And a bottle, too
Give a horse give me some time
And baby when I'm through

I'll take the legs from some old table
I'll take the arms from some old chair
I'll take the neck from some old bottle

And from a horse I'll take the hair
I'll take the hands and face from some old clock
And baby when I'm through
I'll get more loving from the dumb-dumb-dummy
Than I ever got from you
I get more loving from the dumb-dumb-dummy
Than I ever got from you
Yeah Mama get more loving
From a dummy than I get from you


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"The Dummy Song" as written by Ray Henderson Lew Brown

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