Testo Dog Gone That Chilly Man 30 Sep 1911 – Irving Berlin

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Testo della canzone Dog Gone That Chilly Man 30 Sep 1911 di Irving Berlin
Album: Ziegfeld Follies Of 1911
1st verse:]
Did you ever fall in love with a bonehead
A stoneheaded man
A man who doesn’t know that the lights a-burning low
Mean he should be most loveable
That’s the very kind of a man I’m in love with
A dove with no heart
When he should hug, snug like a bug within a rug
That’s the time he wants to part

Dog gone that chilly man of mine
Overboard I’d shove him
Just because he made me love him
Dog gone that chilly man of mine
He’s as cold a lover as the pole that Cook discovered
Dog gone that icy man of mine
With a heart just like a fan
For when I’m all fussed up for an ever lovin’ spoon
He’s out in the garden making faces at the moon
And I sigh and I cry
Dog gone that chilly man

[2nd verse:]
When your heart is jumping up to your collar
You holler for love
And that’s the time a man should be doing all he can
To love his gal most beautiful
When I ask him for a kiss on his call-days
He’d always refuse
What would you think of any man who talks of love
While he reads the daily news

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