[Chorus]
Hey Willy your mother calls you Billy
Your father calls you silly
But you really are a pretty one

Hey baby you're dressing like a lady
The fellows call you Sadie
But you really are a pretty one

You don't care
What they say about your hair
Cause the bad man's smiling
Every time he sees you comin' yeah

Willy is the singer in a rock'n'roll band
Every time he shows his face
Put away your

Oh yeah Willy's gonna show them now
No no no no Willy's gonna go somehow

My name's Willy gonna turn on the lights
Playing rock'n'roll music to early early night
Can't stop dancing to the rhythm in your feet
Listen to the drummer Yeah listen to the beat

[Chorus]

Hey baby you're dressing like a lady
The fellows call you Sadie
But you really are a pretty one

You don't care
What they say about your hair
Cause the bad man's smiling
Every time he sees you comin' yeah

[Chorus]


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Hey Willy Lyrics as written by Roger Frederick Cook Alan Clarke

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