Charms
Bobby Vee Lyrics


Pretty charms, pretty little charms
See how they sparkle in the sun
Ding dong ding listen to them ring
They seem to be telling everyone
That you're my-why baby
With a twist of your wrist it can be told
You're my-why baby
There it is, in fourteen ca-a-a-ra-a-at golden

Pretty charms, pretty little charms
Starting from the day we met
The Sweet Sixteen, the moments in between
That New Year's Eve we won't forget
So if some guy should ask you
If some night you're free
Wave him away with a wave of your arms
Do as I say, just blind 'em with your charms
And show him you belong to me

So if some guy should ask you
If some night you're free
Wave him away with a wave of your arms
Do what I say, just blind 'em with your charms
And show him you belong to me

(Pretty charms, pretty little charms)
(Pretty charms, pretty little charms)
(Pretty charms, pretty little charms)

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: HELEN MILLER, HOWARD GREENFIELD

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Comments from YouTube:

totowatony1

Bobby can't be gone, I'm 17 and listening to this with my girlfriend at  Palisades Park. Where did the time go? Thanks for all the memories, Bobby

Guy Moore

Bobby Vee, thanks for the memories, RIP.

sue gorecki

When I was 6 in the mid 60s I begged this 45 off one of my older brother's friend.... still have it and still love it!!

freeguy77

What a beautiful, and simple song from the Spring of 1963. Hit #13 on the Billboard Pop chart, and #5 on the Adult Contemporary after its Mar. 1963 release. Written by Helen Miller and Howard Greenfield. The two also wrote "Foolish Little Girl" by The Shirelles, and "It Hurts To Be In Love" by Gene Pitney.

Harry Follick

I like the song, "Charms" by BV in that it is typical of his type of music-short but sweet tunes that are love songs. But I don't recall it getting much play because he had several other tunes that were more popular.

Doug Piranha

A clever lyric about her charm bracelet, pop music is sometimes miraculous indeed. Representative of the final year of the teen idols, before JFK's murder and the Beatles wrecked this gentle vibe forever.

Marie Ezzo

Bobby Vee was such a good singer. Very talented. Love this song.

eagle man

i saw bobby vee and freddie canon in toronto canda in 1977. Good show

William Masi

I listen to this and immediately go back to the spring of '63.

Patty T

Every time I hear this song I always imagined Bobby Vee was singing this song to me! Rest In Peace Bobby! We will never forget you! Patty 😀😁😇😇😇

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