Ain't She Sweet
Tony Sheridan Lyrics


Oh ain't she sweet,
Well see her walking down that street.
Yes I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she nice,
Well look her over once or twice.
Yes I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she nice?
Just cast an eye
In her direction.
Oh me oh my,
Ain't that perfection?

Oh I repeat
Well don't you think that's kind of neat?
Yes I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she sweet,
Well see her walking down that street.
Well I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't that nice,
Well look it over once or twice.
Yes I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she nice?

Just cast an eye
In her direction.
Oh me oh my,
Ain't that perfection?

Oh I repeat
Well don't you think that's kind of neat?
Yes I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she sweet,
Well see her walking down that street.
Well I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?
Well I ask you very confidentially,
Ain't she sweet?

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: MILTON AGER, JACK YELLEN, ARTHUR REBNER

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Comments from YouTube:

hester prynn.

The first song John played for Cyn at art school. How cute!

TheBoredOne

you know your history

Marcus Burton

i love lennon's raw rock and roll power. i would've loved to seen them in their hamburg days! BEATLES FOREVER~~

ranabir gahir

PURE ROCK &ROLL,Can’t TOUCH IT🤓

mrkite89

@Duznt Matter Well, they just took different drugs at the time: alcohol and amphetamines instead of weed and LSD! ;)

Duznt Matter

Marcus Burton I loved those Beatles...Not the drug-induced ones

L Duranceau

Beautiful bass line from Paul in this song. John sings. We miss you dearly John. The world lost a true genius in December 1980.

Peter Pitchford

@Al Bowlly Not exactly, This record was recorded on On June 22 or 24, 1961. and Sutcliffe left the group in July 61, so he was still in the group at that time and could have played on that song, but Lewisohn says he was a spectator. I suspect they had Paul play the base on the recording because he was better.

Jerry Jaye

@Al Bowlly thanks, i stand corrected!

Al Bowlly

@Jerry Jaye this was reccorded after Stu left.

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