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Candy
The Astors Lyrics


Gee, whiz
Have you seen my girl
Gee, whiz
She's out of this world

She's got lips so sweet
Candy red
Honey bees flying all
Around her head
Candy, Candy

Ooh, wee
She's got a heart so warm
Ooh, wee
She's like a lucky charm

She's got eyes so bright
Sky blue
A voice so soft
Just like a morning dew

She's just a lump of sugar
And sweetened my tea
And one of these days
She's gonna marry me

Gee, whiz
She's got everything
Gee, whiz
She should be a queen

She's got a loving heart
Gold pure
One of these days
I'll make her mine
I'm sure

Candy, Candy

Candy, Candy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: STEVE CROPPER, ISAAC HAYES

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FalconUruguay

Gee, whiz
Have you seen my girl
Gee, whiz
She's out of this world

She's got lips so sweet
Candy red
Honey bees flying all
Around her head
Candy, Candy

Ooh, wee
She's got a heart so warm
Ooh, wee
She's like a lucky charm

She's got eyes so bright
Sky blue
A voice so soft
Just like a morning dew

She's just a lump of sugar
And sweetened my tea
And one of these days
She's gonna marry me

Gee, whiz
She's got everything
Gee, whiz
She should be a queen

She's got a loving heart
Gold pure
One of these days
I'll make her mine
I'm sure

Candy, Candy

Candy, Candy



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F D

Fantastic !!! The "Astors" really tear it up with this one. The basic back and forth rythym is timeless pop, but no one should touch this cut today, they will only discredit it's simple vibe. The Astors were part of train load of classy well dressed , sexy vocal groups that blew up the radio stations in the mid-Sixties. Thank God for music like this , the pulse and joy that was put into that period will never return. ♥️☮️🎶

Bartley Walton

One of my favorite Memphis Stax soul sounds

Mark Schwalbe

I just heard this for the first time in 50 years!  what an intense experience!  I also listened to it in the Summer of 65 on WIBG (WIBG Radio 99, or wibbage)!  Wow--I been trying to find out what this song is from my memory for YEARS--began to wonder if I just imagined it!

TheSturdley

I can remember listening to this song on WIBG in Philly circa 1965 around the time that Candy and the Kisses were recording "The 81" and a few years before the Ethics sung "Think about Tomorrow." Joe Niagara, "the rockin' bird" would play it or maybe Hi Lit or Jerry Stevens. Magnificent!

bill chew

I remember it too royal sound

Andrew Conicello

I've loved this song for forty years!

Sherry Von

Was looking for this song online for about a year and this time it came up. An obscure oldie that's really great for dancing.

John Firth

Look who wrote it! Steve Cropper and Isaac Hayes. Can't miss with writers like that.

brian cunningham

wheel favorite love it

Steven Stewardson

WOW 😲 candy OH SO LOVE THIS SONG KTf everyone connected to The soul BEAT never to be forgotten ❤ ❤

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