Gimme A Little Kiss (Will Ya Huh?)    (1926)

A little boy was wild about
A little girl who found it out
She tried to play so hard to get
You know he hasn't even kissed her yet

He comes around and she turns her down
Comes back again and hangs around
Waiting for one kiss
While he pleads like this

Gimme a little kiss, will ya huh
What do you wanna miss, will ya huh
Gosh oh gee, why do you refuse?
I can't see what you've got to lose

Oh gimme a little squeeze, will ya huh
Why do you wanna make me blue?
I wouldn't say a word if I were asking for the world
But what's a little kiss between a fellow and his girl?

Oh gimme a little kiss, will ya huh
And I'll give it right back to you

It's been a year since first they met
And he hasn't quite succeeded yet
A month ago he held her hand
And his patience, I can't quite understand

That they're engaged don't mean a thing
He's in a rage, and takes back his ring
Gives it back once more
While he starts to roar

Gimme a little kiss, will ya huh
What do you wanna miss, will ya huh
Gosh oh gee, why do you refuse?
I can't see what you've gotta lose

Oh gimme a little squeeze, will ya huh
Why do you wanna make me blue?
I wouldn't say a word if I were asking for the world
But what's a little kiss between a fellow and his girl?

Oh gimme a little kiss, will ya huh
And I'll give it right back to you

And then she'd say
Gimme a little coat, will ya huh
Sable or mink or goat, will ya huh
You know my poor hand it's as bare as anything
I could stand a little bracelet or maybe a diamond ring

Gimme a little car, will ya huh
That would be mighty nice to do
A Packard or a Lincoln or a Cadillac sedan
I'd even take a Rolls, and you can add a chauffeur man
But don't you give me a little Ford, will ya huh
Or I'll give it right back to you

Lyrics by Roy Turk and Jack Smith.
Composed by Maceo Pinkard.
Recorded by Whispering Jack Smith; Dean Martin; Frank Sinatra.


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