Pickin a Chicken
Eve Boswell Lyrics


Come to the barbecue and sit by my side
We couldn't choose a better night if we tried
Can't you imagine what a thrill it will be
Pickin' a chicken with me

It's so romantic, the moon up above
Is extra bright on a night such as this
Pullin' a wishbone with someone you love
Is almost certain to end with a kiss
So come to the barbecue, my darling my dear
I'm so in love with you and when you are near
I get a feeling that forever you'll be

Pickin' a chicken with me

It's so romantic, the moon up above
Is extra bright on a night such as this,
Pullin' a wishbone with someone you love
Is almost certain to end with a kiss

So come to the barbecue, my darling my dear,
I'm so in love with you and when you are near
I get a feeling that forever you'll be
Pickin' a chicken with me

Pickin' a chicken with me
Pickin' a chicken with me

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The Big And Channel

My granny would play this to me when I was a toddler. I’m 55 now. Lol.

Philip Heath

Just played this for a bit of nostalgia, as it was in my mum’s collection of 78 rpm records, which I saw again tonight while clearing out the house. As kids, we played them to bits before we had many records of our own. along with the ballad of Davy Crockett, yellow rose or Texas and Frank Sinatra singing Love and Marriage, etc!

Nikki Smith

John wesson - OMG thank you for helping me find who sings this this was my parents favourite song im glad I found this. Thank you again (:

John wesson

YOUR WELCOME NIKKI THANKS FOR LISTENING---------------JOHN

4100susie

Sounds too staccato now - but back in the day, it rocked. I was 13 and waitin'!

Donald Carr

Remember this catchy tune from the 60's. Loved her voice.

Hugh McFadden

@CJ carp And I liked this number back then when I was a kid

CJ carp

@Hugh McFadden 1955//////

Hugh McFadden

It's from the Fifties, not the Sixties

Roland Bruno

Tante Jo, Helmond 1958 wat een tijd!

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