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You Really Fill The Bill

Writer(s): (Warren Hull)
(from the CD It’s All So New, Broadcast, December 5, 1940)
(back-up) [Connie Haines]

You’re all that I’ve looked for, you really fill the bill.
I know that I’m hooked on, I wouldn’t feel so still.
You’re high class, you’re my class, you’re the gal who captivates.
Don’t be one who hesitates, how my heart accelerates.
You’re stunning, you’re cunning, you got me all aflame,
I’ll woo ya, pursue ya, I’ll make you change your name.
The future will suit ya, I know that you’ll be satisfied.
And I’ll be happy to reside with you.
[You’re all that I’ve looked for], (you really fill the bill).
[You really fill the bill, I know that I’m hooked oh, I wouldn’t act so still.]
(No, she wouldn’t act so still, you’re high class,)
[You’re my class], (you’re the gal who captivates)
[Don’t be one who hesitates, how my heart accelerates.]
(You’re stunning, you’re cunning), you got me all aflame,
I’ll woo ya, (pursue ya), I’ll make you change your name.
(The future will suit ya, I know you’ll be satisfied.)
And I’ll be happy to reside with you,
To reside .

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