When Johnny Jones was serenading Mary,
He sure could quote a lot of poetry,
But he'd much rather tell her,
What he learned in his speller,
When they both attended PS 33!
A ~ You're adorable . . .
B ~ You're so beautiful . . .
C ~ You're a cutie full of charms . . .
D ~ You're a darling and . . .
E ~ You're exciting . . .
F ~ You're a feather in my arms . . .
G ~ You look good to me . . .
H ~ You're so heavenly . . .
I ~ You're the one I idolize . . .
J ~ We're like Jack and Jill . . .
K ~ You're so kiss-able . . .
L ~ Is the love-light in your eyes . . .
M, N, O, P . . .
You could go on all day . . .
Q, R, S, T . . .
Alphabetically speaking you're OK!
U ~ Made my life complete . . .
V ~ Means you're awfully sweet . . .
W, X, Y, Z . . .
It's fun to wonder through,
The alphabet with you,
To tell . . . ( us what ? )
I mean . . . ( Uh Huh! )
To tell you what you mean to me!
( We love you alphabetically! )
Music and Lyrics by Sidney Lipman, Fred Wise
and Buddy Kaye, 1948
Pierino Ronald "Perry" Como (May 18, 1912 – May 12, 2001) was an Italian American crooner during the 20th century. Throughout a career spanning more than half a century he recorded exclusively with the RCA Victor label after signing with them in 1943. He sold millions of records for RCA but he also pioneered a weekly musical variety television show which set the standard and proved one of the most successful in television history. His combined success ... selengkapnya