"She's Such a Beauty" as written by and Emitt Rhodes....
She's such a beauty, so young and so lovely
And all her time is spent by her mother's side
Washing the dishes and ironing her dresses
And hanging them up in the sunshine to dry.

My, my, my, my
And then she hangs them in the sunshine to dry.

Her mother's quite strict with her little lady
She doesn't let her go out and have fun
She stays at home and does the chores daily
It seems that her work is never quite done.

My, my, my, my
It seems that her work is never quite done.

And if you see her, tell her hello
From someone who knows the family
And if she tells you she doesn't know
Who you're speaking of, mention Stanley.

And if you see her, tell her hello
From someone who knows the family
And if she tells you she doesn't know
Who you're speaking of, mention Stanley.

She's such a beauty, so young and so lovely
And all her time is spent by her mother's side.



Lyrics submitted by joelm

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