Butterfly
Andy Williams Lyrics


You tell me you love me, you say you'll be true
Then you fly around with somebody new
But I'm crazy about you, you butterfly

You treat me mean, you're makin' me cry
I've made up my mind to tell you goodbye
But I'm no good without you, you butterfly

I knew from the first time I kissed you
That you were the troublin' kind
'Cause the honey drips from your sweet lips
One taste and I'm outta my mind

I love you so much I know what I'll do
I'm clippin' your wings, your flyin' is through
'Cause I'm crazy about you, you butterfly (ooh, ah)

Bom, bom, bom
Ooh, I'm crazy about you, you butterfly (ooh, ah)
Bom, bom, bom, bom
Ooh, I can't live without you, you butterfly (ooh, ah)

I knew from the first time I kissed you
That you were the troublin' kind
'Cause the honey that drips from your sweet lips
One taste and I'm outta my mind

Ooh, I love you so much I know what I'll do
I'm clippin' your wings, your flyin' is through
'Cause I'm crazy about you, you butterfly

You butterfly
You butterfly (ooh, ah)

Lyrics Β© Spirit Music Group, LOWE MUSIC PUBL.CO., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Bernie Lowe, Kal Mann

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Joseph Kane

Another Great hit single from Andy Williams with his Version of Butterfly as it had topped both UK & US singles chart in 1957

Roy Jones

Love this song

Robert Young

One of the great rock songs from the era!

Elaine Evans

his version of this song topped the Australian charts in 1957.

Shirley Jennings

I love this song.

Joseph Kane

another timeless classic hit single from 1957 as it is By Andy Williams as it is Called Butterfly as it topped the UK singles chart

Dwayne Terry

MY MOM HAD THIS RECORD ON 45.I LOVE THIS SONG. REMINDS ME OF MY LOVING MOTHER.RIP MOM

Barbara Downie

WE ALSO HAD THIS 45

Arieliondotcom

According to his autobiography (Moon River and Me), which I highly recommend,Andy fought his agent hard not to sing this since it wasn't his style but while it's jarring to me (having never heard it) I can see why it became a hit as well as his reticence. He seems a bit strained as if afraid of crossing into parody. Though the background "Doo-wahs" doo-wah make me smile. :)

brgilbert2

That seems a little strange that would be in his autobiography, especially since this was at the beginning of his career. And why would he fight it when he made a similar song with Peggy Powers.

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